Posts in Category: Wine
Plaisir de Merle Charles Marais Wine Label Design

Plaisir de Merle is an imminent Franschhoek wine estate that stands for uncompromising French winemaking tradition.

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Sew & Sew Wines, Sashiko Series

 A youthful and punchy representation for Sew & Sew Wines' new Sashiko Series. This series of South Australian wines, is positioned at an accessible price bracket, ready to be enjoyed here and now. 

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Brand and Packaging Design for New Winery in Sierra de Gredos, Spain

COMISURA is the first wine that launches a new winery on the market located in the Sierra de Gredos, in the center of Spain (Bodega HUELLAS DEL TIÉTAR).

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Creating a Sense of Exclusivity, Sophistication and Desirability

Hugh Hamilton required a label for their Black Sheep Club— an exclusive member only wine.

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Terruños Seleccionados · Selected Soils

Packaging design for Bodega Septima´s new wine line: Septima Tierra. These labels are inspired by the different soils and the composition from where each wine comes from. On the back label there´s a more technical information combined with an illustration of the soil and its components.

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Packaging Design of Septimania Wine Labels

Identity for the entire portfolio of wines reflected the metaphor belonging to the name - Septimania - is a historical region on the French coast - that's keeping secrets and riddles that there's a lot more in this affair than meets the eye.

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Quinta do Crasto's Honore Douro Signed by Omdesign

To sign more than 400 years of history of Quinta do Crasto, an emblematic estate from Douro with wines recognized worldwide, Omdesign created and produced “Honore Douro”, a special edition, limited to 1615 bottles of an exceptional Douro DOC wine. 

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First Village of Bethany Wine Range

This range of wines celebrate that Bethany was in fact the ‘first village’ settled in the famous wine region of Barossa Valley, back in 1842.

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Bunch Boy Cool Climate Frankland River Shiraz Wine

Bunch Boy is a cool climate Frankland River Shiraz. The wine has been created using a 'whole bunch' winemaking process. This approach has produced a spicy, bunchy and densely structured shiraz.

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