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Manaresi Winery

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Designed by Mirit Wissotzky | Country: Israel

“Donatella Agostoni inherited the winery from her artist grandfather Paolo Manaresi. Coming from a family that over the years made, appreciated and collected art, to take on its tradition and cultural legacy, she decided to call the winery after him. Then, the whole design concept was created around the world of art and especially Manaresi’s art of engraving.

For example, the frame that is created, each time differently, by pressing the piece of aluminum on a bigger piece of paper. This frame became the leading component of the brand, each time it changes format and the art it contains inside. Another important component is the four colors (red, gold, silver, green), one for each kind of wine. These sometimes appear as the dot (inspired by the ‘sold’ red dot), other times they come in different rectangles formats.”

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Designed by Mirit Wissotzky | Country: Israel

“Donatella Agostoni inherited the winery from her artist grandfather Paolo Manaresi. Coming from a family that over the years made, appreciated and collected art, to take on its tradition and cultural legacy, she decided to call the winery after him. Then, the whole design concept was created around the world of art and especially Manaresi’s art of engraving.

For example, the frame that is created, each time differently, by pressing the piece of aluminum on a bigger piece of paper. This frame became the leading component of the brand, each time it changes format and the art it contains inside. Another important component is the four colors (red, gold, silver, green), one for each kind of wine. These sometimes appear as the dot (inspired by the ‘sold’ red dot), other times they come in different rectangles formats.”

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