Amazing Wine Label Designs
People drink and give bottles of wine in celebration. So, with bottles showcased on the table or exchanged as a gift, shoppers will consider packaging in their selection process. Through color, label and design choices, see how wines can differ in their mission for a beautiful bottle.
Lunetta emphasizes their logo a tiny label. The brand’s name balances between the moon’s edges to show off the fullness of the bottle shape.
In contrast, Baja Rose uses the entire bottle as a canvas so the color stands out among green and brown glass.
Anew prefers a simpler look, with the flower petals replacing the standard, rectangular label.
Silver Oak uses dark ink with a metallic background. The silver color manages a tasteful, rather than tacky, look.
For Valentine’s Day, 13,500 cases of Korbel introduced a chic, whimsical design with hot pink lip prints and a wisp of black lace at the black foil.
Kungfu Girl’s dynamic character stretches across the label, which is accented with bamboo typography.
Another woman decorates a bottle in Pacific Rim’s design. However, she competes for attention with a dragon overhead.
Somewhat creepy, definitely eye catching. Orin Swift’s Mannequin’s groundbreaking design is like no other.
Cavicchioli 1928 sketches beautiful, textured flowers that complement the smooth green bottle.