Vinaceous

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By The Urban Grocer in New Food and Packaging on Tuesday 16 March 2010

Want to add a little mystery to your wine? How about something with a wondrous past? Well, look no further than Vinaceous. Hailing from Australia, Vinaceous Wines rock striking labels depicting sexy circus characters with quirky personas.

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Esule wine labels by Mash Design

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By The Urban Grocer in New Food and Packaging on Monday 7 September 2009

From the cool cats at Mash Design, comes yet another stellar set of creative, fun wine labels. This time around, Mash’s imaginative energy was put towards a series of designs for Red Heads Studio — an inspired collection of fifteen Southern Australian wines that garner impressive reviews worth boasting about. Though Mash is responsible for […]

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Matsu’s photographic wine series

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By The Urban Grocer in New Food and Packaging on Wednesday 17 June 2009

Renowned photographers Bèla Adler and Salvador Fresneda have paired together with Spanish agency Moruba to create a modern project for sustainable viticulture: Matsu’s photographic wine series. In this beautiful packaging, the labels for Spanish-based organic winery Matsu reveal the portraits of three generations that devote their lives to the vineyard. Each personality featured on the […]

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Mollydooker wines

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By The Urban Grocer in New Food and Packaging on Thursday 23 April 2009

Whenever I can’t decide which wine to choose, I go for the one with the coolest label. That’s exactly how I discovered Mollydooker. This award-winning vineyard not only boasts some of the most creative, innovative, and artistic labels of any bottle on the shelf, but the Australian winery produces delicious stock with stellar ratings. Year after year Mollydooker’s stash wins accolades for its voluptuousness, richness, and pure taste. The winery’s bottles are consistently rated one of the world’s best value, and rating guru Robert Parker even awarded a hefty 99 out of 100 points to their awe-inspiring series.

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