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Lore

Updated on October 5th, 2010  |  
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Lore

Designed by Chris Trivizas | Country: Greece

“Lore: Accumulated knowledge through education or experience. Certainty through expertise. The logo design is inspired by the plan of a wine bottle. It evolves into a symbol of degustation, as in its finalized form, it depicts the shape of the taste bud of the human tongue.

It was created for a unique space, which aims to offer what it knows best, hence satisfying the palate as well as the need for a friendly atmosphere and human interaction.

“Lore” proffers its expertise, offering its customers an extended range of selected wines, gourmet snacks and special cocktails & liquors, while fostering communication and interpersonal connection.”

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Lore

Designed by Chris Trivizas | Country: Greece

“Lore: Accumulated knowledge through education or experience. Certainty through expertise. The logo design is inspired by the plan of a wine bottle. It evolves into a symbol of degustation, as in its finalized form, it depicts the shape of the taste bud of the human tongue.

It was created for a unique space, which aims to offer what it knows best, hence satisfying the palate as well as the need for a friendly atmosphere and human interaction.

“Lore” proffers its expertise, offering its customers an extended range of selected wines, gourmet snacks and special cocktails & liquors, while fostering communication and interpersonal connection.”

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