Vee Noh Phonetic Wine is a Clever Twist on Pronunciation

By: Jacqueline Parrish - Published: Oct 6, 2009 • References: & thedieline
Vee-Noh is the brilliantly creative packaging concept from the mind of Caroline Gilroy. It humorously plays with pronunciation and makes phonetic wine labels.

The phonetic wine (hence the name Vee-Noh) is sleekly and smartly packaged, playing off of fancy-sounding French and Italian names. Some of the Vee-noh’s from Caroline Gilroy’s collection of phonetic wine include Sha-Don-Aye and Shi-Raz-Mer-Low.

The cheeky packaging is sure to grab consumers' attention and allow even the most uneducated in the art of pronunciation to sound like they know what they are talking about. Stats for Phonetic Alcohol Trending: Older & Warm
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