Are you looking for someone to do wine label design? Or just surfing around the web, looking for wine label design inspiration? Then this article will satisfy your needs, because we’ve collected 25 amazing wine labels from around the web. We dove deep into Pinterest, Dribbble, Behance and other sources to put together this blog post.
However, before we start, we just want to quickly mention two things.
If you are looking for someone to design YOUR wine label, then get in touch with us!
Or if you need a complete branding package, logo or website. We’re right here for you.
How to design a great wine label?
A great wine label design is one that makes the bottle ‘pop of the shelves’. It’s the kind of label that catches someone’s eye instantly, and makes someone want to buy the bottle just because of the etiquette. But how do you achieve that?
First of all, you want to take a good look at the (national) competition. Which other bottles are on the shelves? What colors are they using? What kind of illustrations? Obviously, you don’t want to turn your own branding upside down, but if you already have branding material established, we’d say the trick is to find a way to innovate. If you are new to the wine industry, and just entering the field, then this is your chance. Don’t budget on design. It’s honestly what will make people buy your wine. That, or word of mouth marketing. Recommendations by friends. Because when someone’s standing in the supermarket looking at your bottle… well, guess what: they haven’t had a single taste of your wine yet (in most cases). So to convince them to buy yours, you need to stand out. Do something special.
What is the best way for wine to stand out of the crowd?
Easy: with the label.
Your label should tell your story. At Tremento, we are extremely passionate about this. Hospitality and F&B design is our thing. Designing wine labels is something we don’t see as work: these projects are pure passion projects. We’re huge wine lovers ourselves. Translating a wine’s taste and background through a label… now, that’s storytelling to the max. And guess what? We’re pretty dang good at it.
Okay, now let’s start the show!
Wine Label for Walt Wines, by Jeremy Mansfield
Bordeaux Wine & Barsaro Wine
By Fabian Krotzer
Bushtelly Wine Label
By: Julia Alberts
Terraform Wine Label
By Julia Alberts
Tremento Wine Label Design
By Lawrence Daniel Taojo (from Tremento)
By Matias Puliti
Familia Palma Estate
By Matias Puliti
Aita, from the river
By nju: comunicazione
Domaine les Hautes Roches Wine Label
By Gianfranco Pontillo
The First Weekend Winery Label Design
By: Lucy Lange
By Intuit Creative
Offley Aged Tawnies — Packaging and Label design
By: Volta Brand Shaping Studio
By: Luminous Design Group
Tulip & Espero Wine Branding
By: Plan B Creative Team
Mountain Range Wine Label Design
by Highlo Designs
White wine label
design with fisherman & fish illustration
Ola Nueva – Vino de Espana
Triptyque Wine Labels
Atico De Madrid Wine Label
Designed by Narrow-House, Madrid
Did you enjoy this batch of Wine Label inspiration?
Then stay tuned. We will be releasing many more ‘design inspiration’ articles soon. More wine labels, logos, menu cards, and so on. For, indeed, wine brands, but also other hospitality and F&B related businesses.
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