Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Te Pa

Updated on November 24th, 2011  |  
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Te Pa

Designed by Neogine Design | Country: New Zealand

“Our latest wine branding project, Te Pa for Montford wines. A Blenheim winemaker with a rich history. Based at the Wairau Bar, the oldest inhabited piece of land in Aotearoa, the ancestors of the McDonald family have lived on this land since 1350. The branding captures this rich history a well as their love of the land and the life it provides. The first piece of material to be rolled out are the wine labels, with website and photography to come. If you look closely you can see the stories from the land captured in the typographic map, which is overglossed on the label.”

Te Pa

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Designed by Neogine Design | Country: New Zealand

“Our latest wine branding project, Te Pa for Montford wines. A Blenheim winemaker with a rich history. Based at the Wairau Bar, the oldest inhabited piece of land in Aotearoa, the ancestors of the McDonald family have lived on this land since 1350. The branding captures this rich history a well as their love of the land and the life it provides. The first piece of material to be rolled out are the wine labels, with website and photography to come. If you look closely you can see the stories from the land captured in the typographic map, which is overglossed on the label.”

Te Pa

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