This political wine label makes a reference to England's decision to split from the European Union.
Created by 'Hornall Anderson,' the wine has a sophisticated exterior that is meant as an ironic celebration of the Brexit decision. It is called '52:48' -- the ratio of people who voted for leaving the Union versus the people who voted to stay. The gold and black bottle design is split into two, with the '52' side having slightly more room than the other. The box that the wine comes in is also split and is inspired by the ballot boxes that are used when voting.
This political wine label acts as a tongue-in-cheek response to what many people believe is a political crisis of large proportions.
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