We love how this wine bottle incorporates mixed-media art in order to create a dynamic packaging solution. Futura designed the packaging for Vueltabajo, a Mexican wine that also features an interactive element within its label.
This packaging for Cedar+Salmon wine celebrates the spirit and beauty of the Pacific Northwest. 3 Badge Beverage Corporation designed the labels to transport the consumer to a time and place while maintaining an elegant feeling at the same time.
Montalbán Estudio designed this gorgeous packaging for Terraz, a Spanish wine that celebrates its high-altitude origins. The design features beautifully intricate gold-foiled typography that provide an elegant feeling overall.
Luminous Design Group created this simple yet sophisticated packaging for this rose wine from Limnos Island in Greece. The design features traditional-looking typography in Greek while also sporting small gold elements that help elevate the overall look of the bottle.
Buddy Creative have come out with this clever and festive gift for their clients. The gift features a bottle of mulled wine, but what makes this gift so unique is the fact that the label is also made up of a stamp.
Portuguese studio Moço Wine Branding has designed the packaging for 3 Rios Wines. This label is unique that in that it provides for an interactive experience for the consumer, as they can peel the label to learn more about the wine and its history.
When endless strings of fairy lights have been detangled and the present panic has subsided, being able to spend the holiday season with those who matter most makes the stress all the worthwhile. So this Christmas (with the spirit of togetherness in mind) Robot Food wanted to give their friends and clients a festive gift to share and celebrate with. And what better way to celebrate than with a bottle of fizz?
Javi Garduño and Isra García have designed this super fun packaging for Strike Wine. What makes this wine so unique is its obvious reference to bowling, making for an eye-catching packaging solution that is entertaining as well as clever.
Just Design created these gorgeous labels for Lanzerac Wines, a winery located in the historic town of Stellenbosch, South Africa. The labels play on texture and shadows, bringing the art term trompe l'oeil (deceive the eye) to life.
Festival Toma Vino Mexicano is a special festival that takes place in order to celebrate Mexican wine. Thus it’s only fitting that Mexican agency Parámetro Studio design the identity and branding for the event.
Maiden names often get lost forever, but Novaolo Wines celebrate the history of the women in the winery’s families. San Francisco agency Pavement developed a unique design the blurs lines and creates an intriguing air of mystery.