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.
Muscat of Limnos’ crisp design will make opening a bottle feel like an extra special occasion. Luminous Design Group designed a monogram from initials of the Greek words the wine is named after, and it instantly draws the eye to it. The look is understated and simple with some fun details, like a robin’s egg blue top to the foil of the bottle.
Since 2003 Blossa has launched an annual limited edition of glögg (mulled wine) with a new flavor and design. Scandinavian Design Group has been designing these beautiful bottles for the last few years and for 2017, they’ve come out with yet another eye-catching design that takes inspiration from India.
A wine as hard to come by as this one deserves a memorable label. Described by Stranger & Stranger, the agency behind the design as “BV’s big bad boy bottle,” it gives consumers an idea of just how important and special the wine is.
This packaging for Sigma wines is simple yet striking. The Sigma series is the main wine series of Sgouridi Wines. The aim was to refresh the packaging in order to add surplus value and to emphasize the product itself.
Perspective Branding designed this spooky packaging for Curious Incident Wine, a new label that has been launched in Canada. The design features eerie black and white illustrations that draw the consumer in.
This bottle of wine is a literal work of art. Pulso Wine features a highly-detailed expressive illustration that tells a narrative of how this wine came to be created. Argentinian agency Zarate-Insa was responsible for this breathtaking design.
Stupendous Studio designed the packaging for CALÉ Wine, taking a simple yet bold approach. The main element of the packaging is the typography, which is comprised of a striking condensed typeface that takes on the life of the package.
CF Napa has designed the collage-style label for Camelot Mead, a sweet honey based wine. The design ties together geometric elements along with illustrations of bees and flowers in an elegant and eye-catching way.