Enosis classes up pouched wine with illustrations of the locals who harvest the wine and a pop of color to differentiate the wine.Read More
The scratches found on Brute's wine bottles are made by the elements, as each bottle is left outside over a period of time before undergoing an intense cleaning process and, of course, being used to store their unique wine. Designed by Hamburg, the paper packaging matches the bottles to a tee.Read More
Produced by Design Bridge, The Palm rosé is truly the epitome of Los Angeles vibes in the summer as the label looks like it belongs at every cabana of The Beverly Hills Hotel.Read More
Vouni Panayia Winery shares its experiments with the rare and indigenous varieties of Cyprus through an array of microvinifications.Read More
Designed by the team at Studio Co., the Wine Thief's house range has received an elegant, yet abstract makeover with their gold embossed labels.
Sipping a glass of wine amongst friends at a dinner party or while reading a book at the end of a trying day, is the norm. Now, there's a bottle featuring white abstract art and text that is enough to stop you in your tracks and take a second look.Read More
Brigette King designed the minimalistic packaging for Solisa, an Australian wine brand that is created specifically for a Japanese market.Read More
Sergio Alarcón Sánchez designed the elegant packaging for Casa Cesilia, a winery located in a historic part of Spain.Read More