Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

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Updated on March 7th, 2011  |  
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Alternative

Designed by The Creative Method | Country: Australia

Brief: To name and create a premium organic package for a limited edition of top end organic Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc Wine. It needed to look and feel natural but original and act as a talking point for consumers.

Solution: Alternative was chosen as it reflects a new way of looking at organic packaging. The concept simply shows a vine from the leaves, to the bark to the wine. Every aspect of the packaging was organic, this includes the lazer cut balsa wood, the string and wax that is used to afix the label to the bottle, the outer paper wrapping and even the inks used to print the image.”

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Alternative

Designed by The Creative Method | Country: Australia

Brief: To name and create a premium organic package for a limited edition of top end organic Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc Wine. It needed to look and feel natural but original and act as a talking point for consumers.

Solution: Alternative was chosen as it reflects a new way of looking at organic packaging. The concept simply shows a vine from the leaves, to the bark to the wine. Every aspect of the packaging was organic, this includes the lazer cut balsa wood, the string and wax that is used to afix the label to the bottle, the outer paper wrapping and even the inks used to print the image.”

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