think its a lie.. the website has a video… this is just another reason not to order this…there gonna be a new epidemic of driving while starbucksed…. you shouldn’t drive while caffeine high, the shakes can fuck with your steering and the jitters can mess up your perception
We like the bold, retro cigarette-packet style of these labels for Hey Mambo wine, but what the heck is ‘bistro-style wine’? (We added the hyphen ourselves, though ‘bistro style-wine’ has a nice ring to it. I mean, Grogger is pretty much all about style-wine. Anyway, back to the snidey joke…) Perhaps it tastes like reheated andouillette and can only be drunk under the condescending gaze of the French.
To all our Jewish readers, happy Purim, and may all your groggers be noisy! The Grogger team is proud to be associated with the one Jewish festival that actually demands that you drink wine and get smashed. L’Chaim!
Nicholas Feltron, the designer know for producing in-depth annual reports and infographics about his own life, has turned his hand to designing ‘quantitative wine labels’ for an Australian biodynamic wine, Between Five Bells.
There’s a whole lot of detailed info about maceration, temperature and ‘baume’, but the end result is a thing of beauty.
This Monday we have spotted two more different labels with typos. Not just little ones, but the name of the goddam grapes! Remember, God is in the details, so however pretty your mock-ups may be, God hates you.
(In case you didn’t spot them them, they are Pino(t) Noir and Caberne(t) Sa(u)vignon.)
UPDATE: This post was reblogged by year22blog, who commented:
How about god hates you! People make mistakes. Don’t be such a piece of shit.
Ouch. Perhaps ‘hate’ was too strong a word for us to use. They’re both great label designs, with unfortunate typos. Perhaps it’s better to say He might be a little disappointed. (What God really hates, year22, is not using a capital letter for His name.)
Sometimes putting a bottle of wine in your rucksack, satchel or pram just isn’t cool. Fortunately Maptote have come to the rescue with their single- and double-bottle tote bags of renowned wine regions. And, er, Manhattan.
Absolutely charming hand-lettered label design for ‘Ce’est la Vie’ wines. First seen on the Tumblr of Lush Lady, an excellent blog from a lady seemingly determined to drink herself across the United States without sampling the same beverage twice.