The Collective wins at Wine Design Awards

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Published:  May 17, 2012
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The Collective wins at Wine Design Awards

Sydney-based The Collective designed the label of the winning wine (Best Wine Bottle) at Australia’s Wine Industry Design Competition 2012.

The label in question belongs to 2010 Taylors Winemaker’s Project GSM, which is a progression from Taylors Wines’ more traditional bottle designs. The South Australian winery worked with Margaret Nolan and Rowena Curlewis from The Collective to ensure that the bottle design worked in harmony with the experimental nature of the range of their wines.

The bottle was developed under the Taylors Winemaker’s Project (TWP) range which allows the winemakers to craft small batches of wines they are inspired by. The design has four components: 360-degree screen printing directly onto the bottle, a printed label, labelled screw cap and a neck booklet featuring winemaker’s notes, detailed information on the wine making processes and tasting notes.

The winery also took home ‘Best White Wine Bottle’ in its class for its 2010 Taylors Wines Crooked Horse Semillon Sauvignon Blanc and ‘Best Red Wine Bottle’ in its class for its 2010 Taylors Winemaker’s Project GSM.

The winning wine - 2010 Taylors Winemaker’s Project GSM

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