Paper Airplane Red is a private label red blend from Portugal. This low price point wine is designed to compete for shelf space with other wines that have a similar look of nostalgic, DIY inspired look to their labels. Utilizing spare production techniques and materials, the â€œlo-fiâ€ look it fits in well with this trend.
Design By : Rhinocerosred Design | Source :: Lovely Package
Wine tasting isn’t usually an activity you can enjoy with your dog but the Kunde Family Estate in Kentwood, California changes that. The family winery offers a series of hikes meant to be experienced with your friendly canine at your side. Tours are conducted by Jeff Kunde, a fourth generation winegrower, and include a moderately strenuous hike from the Sonoma Valley floor up to 1,400 feet into the Mayacamas Mountain range.
You and your dog will enjoy beautiful wine country views and learn about the Kunde Family Estate’s sustainable winegrowing practices. After all the hard work you are rewarded with a wine tasting and a box lunch with a view. Hikes are scheduled for May 15, July 3 and Oct 9 and cost $45. A portion of the fee is donated to Canine Companions and Sonoma County Humane Society.
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Buenos Aires-based Tridimage was commissioned by Bodega Funckenhausen to create brand identity and packaging design for its brand La Espera â€œThe Waitâ€ Reserva.
The words of the poet InÃ©s FernÃ¡ndez Moreno, embodied in the label accurately describe the soul of this design:
â€œA dream is forged with the most noble of a man. It grows and maintains over years. And when at last it has wings, it seeks his destiny. A terroir to hug him, a climate to raise it, and a patient surrender to time. Thus was born La Espera “The Wait”: a dream fulfilledâ€
Wine Rack 3.0 is inspired by the shape of wooden wine barrels and offers an elegant & simple solution to showcase wine bottles.
Hector Uvence is an Industrial Designer based in Vancouver.
Bodegas Trapiche from Mendoza, Argentina commissioned package design firm Tridimage to renew the brand image and packaging of their cool wine Septiembre (September), one of the leaders of the Argentine market.
Based on the concept of “Spring night” the new flower icon builds colorful patterns in each flavor label.
Having last minute guests and being without a properly chilled bottle of wine or champagne can be frustrating, but with Aznom’s new Chiller you can be ready on nearly a moment’s notice.
The Chiller can chill up to two bottles of wine, liquor (or whatever else) at a time and will take them from room temperature to the preferred chilled temp in as little as 6-7 minutes.
Plus it comes in a compact and stylish design that’s customizable by color and material (high gloss, leather, carbon fiber) and can easily double as an end table when not in use.
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Beautiful packaging designed by Gundolf Plotenhauer, for famed movie director, producer, and screenwriter Francis Ford Coppolaâ€™s Diamond Collection of wines. The use of wrapping wire to form that shape of a diamond is an interesting and unique approach.
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Brief: a new winemaker contacted us in order to provide a visual identity to their new wine. The wine is of extremely high quality, but free from any filtering or chemical treatments So it sits there exposed, without any chemical aid for the consumer to taste it.
Solution: â€œyou could say that it was the king of wines â€¦but a sincere one.â€ the client said. That reminded us of the Hans Christian Andersen tale â€œThe Emperorâ€™s clothesâ€ where the king sits naked and exposed for everyone to see who he really was. So we decided to name the wine â€œNAKED KINGâ€. In order to visually present that, we designed the label of the bottle shaped like a crown and embossed the title NAKED KING instead of printing it. We wanted to show that way it would seem like a naked king, without anything on. For the wooden box we silk printed in the front the tale with big type like in a child book and highlighted the words â€œThe king is nakedâ€.
Designed by BeetRoot Design Group | Source :: Lovely Package
Jessica Hische is a typographer and illustrator working in Brooklyn, New York. After graduating from Tyler School of Art with a degree in Graphic Design, she worked for Headcase Design in Philadelphia before taking a position as Senior Designer at Louise Fili Ltd. While working for Louise, she continued developing her freelance career, working for clients such as Tiffany & Co., Chronicle Books, and The New York Times.
In September of 2009, after two and a half years of little sleep and a lot of hand-lettering, she left Louise Fili to pursue her freelance career further. Jessica has been featured in most major design and illustration publications including Communication Arts, Print Magazine, How Magazine, The Graphis Design Annual, American Illustration and the Society of Illustrators. She was featured as one of Step Magazineâ€™s 25 Emerging Artists, Communication Arts â€œFreshâ€, Print Magazineâ€™s New Visual Artists 2009 (commonly referred to as Printâ€™s 20 under 30), and The Art Directors Club Young Guns.
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The distinctive visual language has significantly helped to transform Pelter Wineryâ€™s market image. Starting as a small local winery, Pelterâ€™s wine is now exported worldwide and available in over 20 Michelin starred restaurants.
Design by Dov Kroll | Source :: Packaging of the World