anthonybh got their new product label by running a design contest:
wine label for new artisan Pinot Noir producer
Check out anthonybh's Product label contest…
Food & Drink
Other color requirements
classic, simplicity Black text on textured white or cream paper stock. One additional color can be used in a minimal way. Emboss or high build. Foil
Red Hill Pinot Noir
Red Hill Pinot Noir
Description of the product
This label is for a small production, hand made wine. Just two barrels or 500 bottles of highest quality Pinot Noir from the cool climate Mornington Peninsula region of Australia. This is an artisan wine made in a very hands on, personal way with great care and love.
Description of the product target audience
For wine lovers who seek out interesting and boutique wines of top quality and friends and family who support me.
I’d like to see some hand written fonts in both upper and Lower case to reflect small run and hand crafted . See new attached examples. The basa label image is beautiful, detailed and simple. The the Bernard Defaix font looks hand drawn. Lower case would be interesting too. Molino real is an example of simple, clean with the lizard giving it personality. Although I don’t want the ant to be this big. I want a simple, beautiful front wine label designed for a burgundy shape bottle. No back label. There is no brand name as such, the hero is the vineyard Red Hill where the wine is grown and the variety Pinot Noir. The vintage 2019 is also important. Mornington Peninsula should also be on the label but this is less important. All the other usual mandatory wine label inclusions can be left off. This is a premium, personal, passion project. I'm looking for clean, simple, elegant. With good design and careful selection of paper stock and printing embellishments such as embossing, high build etc a simple, premium, artisan design can be achieved. My name is Anthony and I get called 'Ant' for short. I would like to see a hand drawn illustration of an ant to include on the label in some way, but its not the main focus. The ant will be tricky to get right, it needs to look detailed and serious but also friendly and not mean or angry. (see inspirations) With such a small production can i print on the label a bottle number for each bottle, like an artist would with a limited edition series of prints? 1/512, 2/512 .... 512/512. This speaks to the hand crafted and personal nature of the wine
What to avoid
No background hills or red colors to reflect red hill
Nothing too big, smaller than standard
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their product label.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
anthonybh collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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