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"Serious About Wine" - 5 new articles

  1. Rigau Brut
  2. Chandon
  3. Enolla Wines
  4. Xavier
  5. Wines of the World
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Rigau Brut


[T]he briefing was very clear, "… we want to go out of the current idea that cavas and champagnes always must transmit a serious and formal image …". The challenge deserved a good dissertation on what this type of product means to the public and that time is consumed and why. After working in different conceptual lines we finally choose this one. The proof that to change pre-established concepts is evolution and that means fresh air in an industry that since a long time ago doesn't transmit new emotions.

Design by The Yes Brand

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[T]o celebrate Chandon’s American Heritage, ButterflyCannon have created a limited edition summer bottle, inspired by the great “All-American Summer".

Wrapped from head to toe in classic red, white and blue stripes, the design for both the standard 750ml and 187ml bottles evoke a classic Hamptons-style yachting theme. ButterflyCannon also designed Chandon’s limited edition ice-buckets, towels, tote bags, deck chairs and ice cream carts – all sporting the same American Summer theme.

“ButterflyCannon have managed to perfectly capture the essence of an American Summer for our limited edition bottles and in doing so created the perfect summertime accessory for our consumers” says Chloe Lloyd-Jones, Vice President ~ Wine Portfolio, LVMH.”

Design by ButterflyCannon | Source :: Lovely Package

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Enolla Wines

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Source :: Packaging of the World | Design :: Jordan Jelev

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[X]avier Vignon is a world-class consultant oenologist who works for many of the leading estates of the southern Rhône. He is known for creating wines of a truly unique character. But somehow that distinctive styling didn’t come across on the labels. Neumeister was contacted…

It is that unique character of every bottle that really caught our interest. If the wine has such a personal expression, let us also show that on every “cuvee”. We made the bottles really exceptional, one of a kind, using defining features: without ever losing that high quality wine ambiance.

Source :: Packaging of the World.

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Wines of the World


[T]his is a range of wines that the Belgian supermarket chain Delhaize offers within its own "365" brand, which includes basic, everyday products at an affordable price.

We set as a starting point, communication in the spirit of the "365" brand: simplicity and ‘why not?’ humor, irony, ensuring that the whole range had a visual unity. In addition, we had to ensure that the entire line had a visual unity. This was also a requirement of the brief.

It seemed interesting to us to communicate the simplicity of the product, since there were also other ranges of own-brand wines at a higher price. And we sought a motif or an element capable of communicating effectively. And so we hit upon the cap.

The wine cork is a sign of humility, an object of little value, often used for handicrafts, as simple, base and easily manipulated raw material with which to play, create and to serve the most unexpected uses. The use of cork as the main motif for the label gives the air of being crafted and of fun. All from something simple, typical of an everyday product. The cork is also the element which unifies and personalizes the entire line.

The design of each label refers to the country of origin. In the case of France the different types of wine are identified by a style of French hat: the boater, Napoleon's hat, haute cuisine chef's hat or the kepi of a French gendarme …

And so with the same language, other sources are resolved: the Native American and the cowboy for the California wines, the elephant for the South African, a footballer for Argentine wine or the Easter Island moai for that of Chile.

The humility of a product and its low cost need not be at odds with humor, with the intent and with an intelligent public.

* DELHAIZE is a Belgium distribution chain with more than 800 supermarkets in nationally and over 1500 on the east coast of the USA.







Source : Packaging of the World | Design :: Lavernia & Cienfuegos

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