So simple, yet so striking. Mondalón Selección are wines made with different grapes each year, and Enrique Presa designed the labels to communicate this ever-changing character of the wine. The minimalist approach gives it a truly high-quality look that strongly resonates with modern wine drinkers.
Brand and Packaging Design Studio ZARATE · INSA has designed the vintage horror movie inspired label for Alchimia de los Andes Red Blend Wine. The color scheme and typography echo the drama and eerie feeling of your favorite old horror movie, allowing for this wine to tell a story.
Although Christmas has been over for awhile, we can still appreciate the thoughtful designs that went into creating memorable gifts for the holiday season. SUBMACHINE designed the packaging for this Hungarian wine gift set.
Now this is a fresh take on wine. Wine label design often falls into either two categories: incredibly traditional or undoubtedly modern. Bureau Rabensteiner designed Kirnbauer Winery to be a refreshing mix of both.
Barcelona-based studio Atipus has come up with the design for Vi Novell 2016, the newest wine from Catalonian winery Celler Masroig. The concept behind the design was to create something fun, festive and ready to tag along to the party.
Most holiday gifts are intended to elicit warm feelings and give recipients a cozy feeling. But why not give a gift that motivates you to have a crazy, wild, and wonderful year instead? Carosello Lab developed this special holiday gift—an amazing wine—that encourages you to dream big and go for the impossible.
Shumi Love Design created the packaging for Et Cetera wine to help it stand out against the competition amongst the shelves. We love how playful this label is and how it incorporates a variety of design techniques.
With some things steeped in tradition, the need to innovate and reinvent is essential. Such was the case for family run Australian winery, Taylors Wines, who enlisted the help of Creative Platform, to design the roll-out for a brand new line of wine aimed at emerging drinkers – Taylor Made.
The holidays may be over, but who says you can’t enjoy another glass or two of delicious mulled wine? Buddy sends out an end-of-year gift to clients and friends that’s absolutely perfect for the season: a red wine that’s been blended with subtle flavors like cinnamon and clove. The packaging for Buddy Mulled Wine 2016 takes the tradition and updates it with a totally modern, striking look.
Hangar Design Group created the rich and luxurious design for the Spirit of Monte-Carlo Champagne, which boasts itself as the only champagne in the world entitled to use the Monte Carlo name and logo. The gold foil accents and elegant typography echo sentiments of regality, making this bottle truly extraordinary.
What’s black and white and red all over? These exquisite labels for Rodinò Conti Zecca wine. CaroselloLab developed this wine to celebrate the winery’s history with a sleek, modern look that is instantly eye-catching. The geometric elements and saturated hues are juxtaposed with traditional fonts and a poem on the label, making it energetic and unexpected.
In Scandinavian countries, it’s not really the holidays until someone pulls out a bottle of glögi, or spiced wine. We’re especially loving this festive bottle of Loimu Scandinavian Vintage Glögi 2016 that was designed by Lönneberga Design Ateljé. A stark red bottle and cozy illustrations are a guaranteed way to get into the holiday spirit.
I think it’s fair to say that a luxury yacht ride is not complete without an amazing bottle of wine to drink. For these special wines, WhatCameNext_ designed the packaging to appeal to those enjoying a nice, sophisticated boat ride. Using nautical references as cues for the range of prices, each one looks unique and refined.
Alcohol tends to encourage people to get on the dancefloor, but Cultivare combines dance and wine in a totally new way. This collaboration between Centset, Ladyssenyadora and Vallformosa / Doménech is a wine label that is made of live music, dance, and painting performance. We love how different aspects of art and culture combine in each one-of-a-kind label.
Here’s a refreshing take on a bottle of wine. The Generous Wines of Bodegas Salado turned to TSMGO | The show must go on for a design that would honor its history while still getting it closer to younger audiences. The wine’s production process has remained the same since 1810, and this is exactly what inspired TSMGO’s approach. They aimed to have a premium design that feels modern in its fine details, while also remaining faithful to the Andalusian origins of the brand.