WINE LABEL DESIGN

 

Your Wine Label is Your billboard

A good designer knows how to optimize that small billboard. Your wine label is usually the first advertisement for your wine that the customer sees. It's your wine's billboard, so to speak, and you only have a few seconds to grab their attention.

Are You Proud of Your Wine Label?

Let's work together to discover or rediscover your brand. We'll refine and clarify your message and extend your branding message. From an initial logo and wine package, to shippers, collateral, color consulting, site signage, and web presence, it all works together to express who you and your brand are.

Check out this Case study where I designed a  Wine label redesign to reflect a higher price

Does your wine package get noticed?

According to the Wine Institute, there are 4,285 wineries in California and over 10,000 in the United States. So, how can you get YOUR wine noticed by buyers in this crowded marketplace?

You only get one chance to make a good first impression.

If it is noticed, what does the package communicate? Does the consumer want to pick it up to learn more? Are they moved enough to purchase? What story does your package tell about you and your product?

I presented the wines to some distributors in Upstate NY and they bought it all. How’s that?!
— Russel Joy, President & General Manager | Joya Wine Company

Some of my past work | While at Colonna Farrell Design
(now known as CF Napa)

Beringer
Bacio Divino
Domaine Chandon
Edmeades Vineyards
Elliott Vineyards
Fife
Hamilton Estates
Jarvis
Jordan Vineyards

 

Lockwood Vineyards

Lorane Valley
Marwood, Italy
Mendocino Estate
Mrs. Dennison's Organic Cookie Package
Napa Valley Mustard
Nobilo | House of Nobilo, New Zealand

Pezzi King Vineyards
Rattlesnake Corn: Promotional popcorn package
Raymond
Rustridge