In the midst of untouched nature, you can find a century-old winery, growing the unique grapes for the Stamm wine. Here, each grape is raised by hand and woken up every morning by the gentle song of the Stamm brothers. Only if the moon is three-quarters full, the best and most beautiful wineberries are selected and juiced – of course, the traditional way – by foot and by no one else than the brothers themselves. An ancient and super-cool ritual turns the nectar into wine, which is then bottled using pure crystal bottles. Of course, all of this could just be a lie to persuade you to buy their excellent wine so they can continue to produce enough wine for themselves.
The brief: Simple, eye-catching label that sets itself apart from the classic wine label design.
Our solution: For the unnamed wine, we were inspired by the brothers’ surname “Stamm” and their story behind the wine. This is how the scribble-like two-man saw illustration for the wine label was created. Partial varnish was used for the bark structure in the background of the label.