Secondary Label for a large online retailer.
Name: Four Men in a Shed
Wines: 2015 Underwood Shiraz $15 per bottle Claret bottle
2015 Tom’s Selection Shiraz $25 Claret bottle
2015 Bourne Shiraz $50 Claret bottle but can be burgundy
2015 Grenache Shiraz Mataro $15 burgundy bottle 80mm high for label
All wines will be screw cap
To be clear I am only looking a one design across all wines, however a simple colour change on the labels can differentiate between them.
Four Men and a Shed represents the coming of together of Paul Heinicke, Tom Fotheringham, Leigh Underwood and Stuart Bourne - four mates who also become business partners who have decided to follow our dreams whole heartedly and set the foundations for the future while respecting our past. Most importantly we want to make wines that we love to drink – the new range represents this. We love what we do!
Why Four Men In A Shed?
We essentially make our wine in a tin shed – similar to a barn but metal. Examples attached. A stylistic approach to a shed/barn logo can be used.
Labels we like. Ten Minutes by Tractor offers a simplistic but elegant take on the label. I have attached other labels that have some appeal although some are a little plain in colour.
The use of strong colours to separate the labels can also be looked at.
The label should represent high quality, strong branding without being too traditional or being ultra modern.
While this is maybe a departure to a Soul Growers range of wines (pic attached) it should represent quality and integrity – what we stand for.