Bonamici Cellars brand and packaging design by Hired Guns

August 23rd, 2013 by retail design blog

It’s the journey to a new place, something undiscovered, where anything is possible, anything achievable, as long as you have a good friend along the way. With this, the first vintage from Bonamici Cellars, award winning winemaker, Philip Soo has created a unique and innovative wine, blending the care of an old world artisan with the boldness of a new world explorer.

Hired Guns created a brand and packaging design that tells the story of two good friends, taking off on the adventure of starting a winery. Discover Bonamici – a trip worth making, a risk worth taking, for now you know that you’ve arrived.

“I want to compliment Hired Guns on the [Bonamici Cellars] label. It is so refreshing that I smiled spontaneously in joy when I saw it. It has been a while since I have seen such an effective label.” ~ John Schreiner, wine writer & columnist

Product photograpy by Sean Fenzl





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One thought on “Bonamici Cellars brand and packaging design by Hired Guns

  1. Jason Yu says:

    Nice bottle design.

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