We present a selection provides a fairly complete with the latest trends in wine packaging. Where highlight the most innovative formats, new materials and new packaging, original as printing labels and bottles, as used in the sense of humor and as the wine is a perfect product to use in marketing strategy and communicate or sell other products, brands or companies. As we have done in other collections , you will find a large selection of packaging designs, creations curious and bright ideas.
Ampro wine, Ampro Design, Romania
We started with the formats curious, in this case the study Ampro Design designed for your own signature for the perfect gift to give to your customers. A very curious bottle has two necks and two glasses of wine, all integrated into a single format. The theme of the gift, is "Our Business, Your Business". Smart and funny.
The piquette, Ugo Varin, France
In this case Ugo Varin has used humor to create a product name The piquette a French term that defines a rough ordinary wine. Mention original cork format, it appears to be a table wine, both by name and by the format, but aimed at a younger audience and worried about the design.
Bloody Wine Branding, The Astos Dizainas McCann Erickson, Lithuania
With this original campaign The Astos Dizainas Lithuanian agency McCann Erickson, she was promoted to sell the idea of his rejuvenated company, used a metaphor packaging serum as a rejuvenating serum is involved. To my mind the idea if not caught, it seems to me more a visual game where you substitute blood for wine, this campaign would have been great to promote blood donation, you change a bag of blood for a of Beaujolais wine. The highly innovative and original packaging.
Table Wine, Rethink Communications, Canada
With this beautiful wine jug close the section of original formats. Using again the sense of humor create a fun label which appears a table to describe neither more nor less than a table wine, to reinforce the idea of table wine, use the format of a decanter with handle, the typical plastic, but this time the glass conceptualized. A beautiful and fun result, would be curious to try the wine. Rethink People Comunications conceptual product created to showcase their talents in packaging design to its customers. Other packaging used to promote a company. Notice that uses the Saarinen Tulip table to represent the label table.
Pairing, Sascha Elmers, Germany
We started with a group of concepts bottles with original labels, all printed directly on the bottle, a trend widely used today. Sascha Elmers Ls student uses this resource to create a collection of 4 wines, each for a different occasion for beef, fish, poultry or pork. With a brief and concise graphics a very cool image and graphics, distinguishes the 4 bottles with color and icon animal. I like your concept and as formalized.
De Parade, Kluif Studio, Netherlands
De Parade is a traveling theater festival is celebrated during the summer months. With the participation of musicians, actors, theater and restaurants. We could not miss a good wine, so The Parade created their own organic wine. Kluif Studio is responsible for the design of these 4 bottles illustrated printed directly on the bottle.
Dot Wines, TACN Studio, Canada
These 4 bottles with a very simple design, a point also printed directly on the bottle, the small colored dot in the center of the bottle distinguishes the 4 varieties of grapes, each point has its color, from the hands of another Canadian study, TACN Studio.
Cinema Wine, Ivan Burmistrov, The British Higher School of Art and Design, Russia
Another student working with Cinema Collection Wine, Ivan Burmistrov represents three wines for three actors of silent films, each represented by its symbolic hat, Buster Keaton, Charlie Chaplin and Harold Lloyd. Sober, funny and smart.
Better Half Wine, Daniel Green, United States
Better Half Wine is a wine brand of fiction aimed at young men with an informal approach to drink wine, conceptualized by Daniel Green. His image of a ballot Take your Time, with the intention to relate this with the idea of a food store deli , buy a good wine and a good dinner. The funny thing is that the designer can reclacionar Yorker this concept only there, as elsewhere, the paper receipt is Take Time, is related to any normal store market, but not linked to the food gourmet . A good image with a very local message.
Caravan drinks, In House Design, New Zealand
The New Zealand study In House Design, created this series with Gypsy words, the language of rumaneses Gypsies, the Romani, the series could not otherwise Caravan titled drinks. A very simple and functional image, an aesthetic widely used in recent years, with the use of Helvetica, black color and these horizontal lines, forming a virtual label, printed directly on the bottle.
Pink Glasses, Luksemburk, Poland
This packaging we talked at Jossip, but could not miss this unique, fun and fresh design created by Luksemburk. Pink Glasses , Californian wine, a company specializing in rose wine.
Gago, Fernando Gutierrez, Spain
One of my favorites, maybe not it very original, but this leads to 15 years, one of the most innovative packagings and elegant bottles there, you can check that your design is a classic and perfectly enduring step the years. Certainly one of the first commercially speaking Toro came out very rich, from Telmo Rodriguez Wine Company. DO TORO.
Harvey Milk, Emily Hale, United States
San Francisco has some of the best wines in California, like many do not know that San Francisco was also home to one of the first openly gay politicians in the United States, Harvey Milk. Emily Hale pays tribute to the memory of Harvey Milk, with this design, a conceptual play with the name of Harvey, their graphic representation, that has nothing to do with what is culinarily speaking, it could be milk but it is not. Interesting work, forceful and very graphic.
Vinkara, Ned Wright, Turkey
Introducing a new grape in the region, the introduction of a new wine at a crowded market requires a different approach bottle design. Ned Wright Turks dispose of aesthetics and clasicona abarrocada to break the Turkish market, simplicity, simplicity, are its top to create a modern and contemporary design, which breaks with the aesthetic of the Turkish market, certainly stands on the shelves.
Cantamanyanes, Seriously Studio, Spain
With close Cantamanyanes this group serigrafiar current trend of the bottle, forget the label and look for even more simplicity in graphic dialogue. If looking for simplicity in this case we have it all, submerged in mud, it is the intention of the designers of the study Seriously. A handcrafted wine Tivissa lands made without intermediaries or distributors, earth to table. A limited edition of 600 hand-painted bottles. Also mention the precious work of student, with forgiveness and looking everywhere I have not been able to find his name, bottle of Robert Mondavi Winery California, much like Cantamanyanes, but more colorful, sophisticated and better.
Bamboo Ginjo came Yano, China
We started a new group, the best known of all, the use of classic label on a bottle, to begin a fun design Chinese rice wine Yano, author unknown. With this aesthetic childish and funny, represented with a panda pattern.
Lazarus Wine, Baud, Spain
Drawing on the extreme sharpness of his senses, a winemaker blind, supported by a team of professionals, conducted Lazaruswine sensory processing. Baud was the company selected for this project represent graphically on the product. In the design process it was decided to use the magnificent forms of Braille to transmit high-end and unique winemaking. Lazarus Wine was awarded the Laus 2008 in the category Packaging.
Earth Star, Cristina Vergara, Spain
Cristina Vergara designed study the image of these broths, originality lies in the use of a tiny die, simplicity and a very textured.
Buccella's Wine, Uxus Design, Netherlands
Uxus finds the difference in the format of the label, Oval, only to give the scourge sophisticated touch it with red wax, stamped on the house logo. Transmits excellence and craftsmanship, high-end wine. Just need to try it to see if it's true.
Siller Wine, Kissmiklos, Hungary
With a cool, modern aesthetic, Kissmiklos creates an original design, consisting of two parts, the classic bottle label and a red minietiqueta, protruding, like a clothing label is involved. Original.
Teusner Wines, Sage Visual Solutions, Australia
Of much more classic look, reminiscent of the typical image of French wine, cream paper with a red touch, their innovation is taxed type illustration of a man with a cat face, and stamp in red created by Sage Visual Solutions. A touch surreal and fun.
The Coster, Regina Puig, Spain
Packaging for a white wine from Priorat, Spain. "Coster" means slope, margin, just where are located the vineyards of the winery. He wanted to join these two concepts graphically simple and visual way by making a small crease in the paper, right in the "coster" label. This work was awarded a Silver Laus Award in the packaging section in 2010. Original and modern. What I like is the bag for packing wine. Emphasize the use of fluorescent green, very atypical.
Lascala, Eduardo del Fraile, Spain
We started another section, I believe the newest of all, one of the latest trends is wrap in onion or like wine, fine paper, translucent and pliable, easy to handle, and that gives a lot of texture and warmth to the cold bottle. We begin with a Spanish folk pattern, very flamenco in contrast to the face of the protagonist chinoiserie bottle. absolutely gorgeous and original. Highlight the box packaging of 6 bottles.
Wine Marx, Marx Design, New Zealand
Another project to promote his own design studio, Marx Design, Create your Marx Wine to give to their customers. In this case with a traditional handmade aesthetic, highlighting the use of organic string, as opposed to serif typeface. Gorgeous.
Saint Mont Vignes, Lasuite Atelier, France
Elegant, understated, dark, masculine, strong, stunning, and with so little can mean so much, another bottle of red wine wrapped in Jan this case black paper, this time over typography is silkscreened on the glass blank, to take on a good restaurant . Spectacular French hands Lasuite Atelier.
The Percentage Mailing, campaign Serviceplan, Germany
Serviceplan agency Invest campaign created for Akzent The Percentage Mailing campaign to ensure the loyalty of their customers and inform potential customers of the quality of investment products that are going to bring to market. The target receives an email that consists of three bottles of wine, where the percentage of alcohol is equal to the potential gain. A great idea with a spectacular design.
2010, Bendita Gloria, Spain
"2010 is the name of a wine to share with friends and celebrate the beginning of the new year. This product has been produced with methods of organic farming without herbicides, pesticides or chemical leaks aggressive.'s a numbered limited edition of 2010 bottles. The wraps the bottle label with the help of a rubber band without using adhesives. Once the wine ran out, the bottle can be returned and the label also has a second life as a poster with this message about 2010: "I have the feeling that will be a good year. "Health". Very modern and original.
A long list, with four very clear sections, New Formats, where we have seen originality and freshness, No Tags, this trend has become a classic, printed directly on the bottle, we have seen new designs and concepts innovadres, Tagged, a classic that still has new things to offer and finally paragraph Newest The Wrap, where the bottles are lined on paper, we have seen beautiful designs. Highlighting the sense of humor, wordplay and original concepts and marketing strategy to communicate and promote your business through the wine.
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