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    via The Dieline The Piece Totally unexpected for a wine bottle.

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  • Joe Farmer

    My fav. You know I'm a fan of the heavier glass bottom and sides! Plus, it's such a clean and simple graphic.

  • Jason Parker

    I'd love to see what they would do with a mark other than their font treatment. How would they have displayed that, while still keeping it simple?

Rethink Wine has a chalkboard finish on the bottle and comes with a piece of chalk attached to the cap.

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helderberg-wijnmakerij/“A new design we did for a winery in Stellenbosch. The black is all high-build. Instead of filling the white space with a texture we filled it with an embossed illustration of clouds above the mountain. Makes for an overall very visual and tactile design.”