Branding and packaging for a new, low alcohol wine which challenges consumer perceptions of what wine should be.
With ‘better for you’ trends shifting to lower alcohol products, we needed to create a way to express a uniquely lighter feeling without losing the boldness and complexity of flavours that you would normally be used to in a wine. This thought became the idea of Paradox wines.
We used an impossible ‘P’ shape which plays with perspective, balanced with floating floral elements to emphasise the lighter alcohol content and a sense of mystery.
The brand architecture has been designed to be flexible and work across all varietals and move with wine trends. Each varietal simply changes with colour whilst the bold impossible ‘P’ device creates an icon to allow customers to find their wine in amongst hundreds of busy labels.
The natural textured stock works with the bold textures of the illustrative stone and foiled logo type for some premium touches.
Like the Paradox of life, an infinite mystery, these wines are like no other. Seemingly bold, yet irresistibly delicate. Paradox wines flare from the glass with a boldness atypical of their varietals – so don’t be fooled by the lower alcohol. The range has been growing with new varietals such as a Rosé and Prosecco and what may come next we don’t know…
Creative Platform have partnered with Endeavour Drinks to create this new wine range. The new wine range has been launched nationally across two major Australian retailers Dan Murphy’s and BWS.
- Agency/Creative: Creative Platform
- Article Title: Paradox Wines by Creative Platform
- Organisation/Entity: Agency
- Project Type: Packaging
- Project Status: Published
- Agency/Creative Country: Australia
- Agency/Creative City: sydney
- Market Region: Oceania
- Project Deliverables: Brand Design, Illustration, Packaging Design
- Format: Bottle
- Substrate: Pulp Paper
- Industry: Food/Beverage
- Keywords: Creative wine design
Designer: Jimmy Cunliffe