Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Rojalet

lovely-package-rojalet-1

Designed by Atipus | Country: Spain

“The thirsty vines stretch their roots downwards through the earth, opening up little paths through the red clay, our clay, the clay of El Masroig.

For the label design we were inspired by the name of the product itself (Rojalet sounds similar to red in catalan) and the unique red strata of the soil where the grapes are grown.

The strata tell the story of the soil, its composition and thus the character of the grape.In the labels, more than representing one type of soil, we aim to communicate through an abstract vision of this layer the wine you´ll find in the bottle: fresh, fruity, dense, wood, etc.”

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Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
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lovely-package-rojalet-1

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Designed by Atipus | Country: Spain

“The thirsty vines stretch their roots downwards through the earth, opening up little paths through the red clay, our clay, the clay of El Masroig.

For the label design we were inspired by the name of the product itself (Rojalet sounds similar to red in catalan) and the unique red strata of the soil where the grapes are grown.

The strata tell the story of the soil, its composition and thus the character of the grape.In the labels, more than representing one type of soil, we aim to communicate through an abstract vision of this layer the wine you´ll find in the bottle: fresh, fruity, dense, wood, etc.”

lovely-package-rojalet-2

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