16. Glorya-Bodega Gil Berzal Glorya is one of great and simple examples of a classic design. Although it contains no illustration as the majority of classic wine labels, it does look like a classic one thanks to simplicity, typography and… Continue Reading →
11. Saperavi Malbec -7 Coline What a great combination of impressive highlights and fonts! Don’t be afraid to experiment and play with them. At the end, that is what makes your label outstanding. 12. Ancienne – Nova Scotia Use decoratively… Continue Reading →
6. Ridgerlands – Elgin Vintners Don’t be afraid of not putting too much information on the front side of the wine label. The less writings the less confusion by the customers. In such cases you will have room for something… Continue Reading →
Wine bottles have different shapes and sizes which makes it hard to choose a correct size for the bottles. Choosing a wrong size may lead to having wrinkles on the bottle which will make it look cheap and negatively affect… Continue Reading →
Self-adhesive labels (Also known as pressure-sensitive labels and promotional stickers) are widely used for different kind of products and can be attached on a wide variety of materials, including glass. But what are self-adhesive labels, and how do different types… Continue Reading →
The bright packaging of the Italian DolceVite wine, designed by Romulo Castillo, reflects the fireworks of colors of the Brazilian carnival.
The conceptual design of the bottles of Merlot, Cabernet and Shiraz wine was developed by the designer Meeta Panesar. The design of the bottles was inspired by the work of the artist Joseph Albers and the Op Art movement.