Clean, crisp and simple may be the way that fermented grape drinks tend to be branded, but Pirie Tasmania Wine packaging exudes a delicious liquidity that channels the beverage's full-bodied fluidity and the form of the rolling Australian landscape from which it came.
Designed by students Magnus Henriksen and Amandus Bjerk of Norway, these bodacious bottles have a 1970s retro feel that suits the dressing of a vintage vino -- despite being as recent as 2006. The alcohol has been doused with a uniquely creative typeface that scrawls, swells, and leaves the rest of the label pure and pristine to divulge the true color of the wine within. Pirie Tasmania Wine packaging has a supple spirit that communicates the liquor's great flavor.
Cursive Cabernet Branding
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