For many of you readers out there, it’s almost time to mosey up to the dining room table and give thanks over an exceedingly large meal. Well while you’re at it, we hope you’ll pour yourself a glass of wine and help a needy kid on the other side of the world. Intrigued? Just check out No House, a new wine label out of South Africa.
Finally, a group of creative types in the United States have come together with a mission to make wine labels cool, approachable, and pleasing to look at. Say hello to Proof Wine Collective. Furthermore, their clients are small wine producers that are exceptionally passionate about winemaking, employing a terroir driven approach to their purple stuff.
At Gut Oggau Estate Wines, generations of vintners have been producing Austrian wines with quality and character. Literally. To help the drinker identify what they can expect once the cork is popped, Gut Oggau assigned an actual face and personality to their wines. Each portrait on the label has a name and tells a story.
Wine by Some Young Punks is, as you could guess, the product of three young Australian winemakers who have a reputation for solid wines and standout labels. The images plastered across the bottles are inspired, ‘bright and intense’ — intended to echo the wines themselves. Selected from original 1950s book covers, the packaging, like the […]
It’s all in a name. Apropos then that Le Vin Cool (The Cool Wine) would be covered from cork to bottom in bright, wild, tattoo imagery fit for a rock star. And with good reason. These special edition bottles of wine are the result of several years of collaboration between French vineyard Montpeyroux Estates and […]