Awarded Label Gallery

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ETIQUETANEWS AWARDS 2021 

1st. Classified. Luis Utrillas Polo. Label name: “El Pasaje”.

Label description:

Wine transports us through aromas, flavors, sensations and even our own thoughts, to places that involve our senses. The Passage is inspired by the old transport labeling, to celebrate this idea and explore the design for what it purports to be: "A passage that offers consumers a special moment."

A naming that suggests two ideas, the ticket and the space between two places.

The logo reflects this double idea by placing the perforations that make the die something that adds value to the design and transmitting modernity through typographic use.

A digitally printed wraparound label with two finishes, emboss and deboss, and a tear up system that aims to engage consumers and close the story by having them validate the ticket themselves and discover more content inside.

A coin seals the capsule in gold foil and links all the parts of the packaging through the monogram. The reverse celebrates this coin and adopts a nostalgic aesthetic that invites us to place the brand on a different timeline.

ETIQUETANEWS AWARDS 2021 

2nd Classified. Calamanda Lozano. Label name: "La Pucelle".

Label description:

According to legend, during the 100-year war between the kingdoms of France and England, Joan of Arc, also known among her people as the Pucelle d'Orléans, needed help from the Spanish kingdom to defend her lands. So Spanish knights from among them, many from Valladolid, went north to her aid. Upon their return, the knights were received under the name of Pucelanos, having been followers of the maiden. The wine commemorates the legend then receiving the name "La Pucelle"; and her label formed by arches and wells, typical of the area, add as an allegory to the name that the martyr receives as a legacy from her father: Jacques d ’Arc.

Elegance and minimalism are sought in its modernity, which is why we try to avoid an overloaded typography and symbolism. The texture is achieved by printing on a Fasson® Cuvée Matte Litho FSC® paper using the silkscreen technique only in black ink giving that subtle effect of relief in the printed details.

ETIQUETANEWS AWARDS 2021 

3rd. Classified. José María López. Label name: "Lexico".

Label description:

Léxico is a young Sauvignon Blanc wine with Rueda Designation of Origin produced since 1990 by the López del Pedernal winery, based in Rueda (Spain).

The origin of its naming derives from the profession of the famous Valladolid writer, José Zorrilla, in addition to making a double reference to the oratory "fluency" that the drink produces in social settings. This concept related to literature corresponds directly to the design of the label and back label.

Although the front label aims to give it a twist through the aesthetic modernization derived from the overlap and the typography used, bringing it closer to a young audience, they have also wanted to maintain elements that are reminiscent of the classic: the monochrome image and the design editorial used in the literary layout.

- Type of paper: Forest Film PP. Transparent self-adhesive paper whose production derives from alternatives to oil, composed of residues remaining in the production of the paper pulp. It is an environmentally friendly wood-based material.

- Printing system: silkscreen.

ETIQUETANEWS AWARDS 2020 

1st. Classified. Daniel Álvarez Santín. Label name: OH.

Label description:

The creative concept of "OH" arises from the natural chemistry of wine.

The name is inspired by Hydroxyls and the image is Catechin (natural antioxidant).

The basic shapes of the label are based on the molecular formula of this antioxidant and that I have made manually using linoleum to give it a handmade, natural and modern texture.

The typeface used is "Botera" in its stencil variant, a typeface designed specifically for wines whose author is Javi Montoya, designer from Jaén.

To highlight the natural and ecological character of the wine, only a stamping is used on the back label and the least amount of inks possible to considerably reduce the number of polluting processes that are usually carried out during production.

2nd. Classified. Alba Aranda Montero. Label name: Madre Tierra.

Label description (objective, differential aspect):

This wine with the Certified Designation of Origin of La Rioja is made in the Riojan town of Haro, cradle of the region's wine culture. Naming makes direct reference to its place of creation, and its visual identity to the story behind it.

The winemaking tradition of La Rioja begins in the 19th century due to the migration of French winemakers to Spain due to a plague that seriously affected French vineyards. As a result of their settling in the area, these winemakers taught the Spanish their knowledge of wine and its production, thus creating tradition. For the expansion of trade, several train stations were created, such as Haro, which followed the Tudela-Bilbao railway line, this led to the birth of the Barrio de la Estación where there are currently a large number of wineries and vineyards.

The icon created for the brand aims to pay homage to this neighborhood and its history, also creating a visual game with the train tracks and the initial “h” of the word Haro.

As for the typeface chosen, it is the Montserrat in a high box, a dry stick that gives it that modernity and elegance with very regular letters such as those seen in the word HARO in the logo.

If we talk about color, only two colors are used on a white background, which are black and gold, the latter characterizing it with an immediate visual appeal necessary to make itself stand out from its competitors in the market.

Self Adhesive Material:

Icy White Ice Premium-FSC / RP30 / White Glassine 85

Other aspects to consider:

Regarding the printing specifications, the paper will be an Icy White Ice Premium-FSC / RP30 / White Glassine 85 that will be offset with a metallic thermo-laminated stamping to give that golden finish to the corresponding parts (gold hot foil).

3rd. Classified. Lía Marcos Rojo. Label Name: Nero.

Label description (objective, differential aspect):

This wine with the Certified Designation of Origin of La Rioja is made in the Riojan town of Haro, cradle of the region's wine culture. Naming makes direct reference to its place of creation, and its visual identity to the story behind it.

The winemaking tradition of La Rioja begins in the 19th century due to the migration of French winemakers to Spain due to a plague that seriously affected French vineyards. As a result of their settling in the area, these winemakers taught the Spanish their knowledge of wine and its production, thus creating tradition. For the expansion of trade, several train stations were created, such as Haro, which followed the Tudela-Bilbao railway line, this led to the birth of the Barrio de la Estación where there are currently a large number of wineries and vineyards.

The icon created for the brand aims to pay homage to this neighborhood and its history, also creating a visual game with the train tracks and the initial “h” of the word Haro.

As for the typeface chosen, it is the Montserrat in a high box, a dry stick that gives it that modernity and elegance with very regular letters such as those seen in the word HARO in the logo.

If we talk about color, only two colors are used on a white background, which are black and gold, the latter characterizing it with an immediate visual appeal necessary to make itself stand out from its competitors in the market.

Self Adhesive Material:

Icy White Ice Premium-FSC / RP30 / White Glassine 85

Other aspects to consider:

Regarding the printing specifications, the paper will be an Icy White Ice Premium-FSC / RP30 / White Glassine 85 that will be printed in offset with a metallic thermo-laminated stamping to give that golden finish to the corresponding parts (gold hot foil).

ETIQUETANEWS AWARDS 2019 

1st. Classified. Luis Fernández Pertierra. Label name: Haro.

Label description (objective, differential aspect):

This wine with the Certified Designation of Origin of La Rioja is made in the Riojan town of Haro, cradle of the region's wine culture. Naming makes direct reference to its place of creation, and its visual identity to the story behind it.

The winemaking tradition of La Rioja begins in the 19th century due to the migration of French winemakers to Spain due to a plague that seriously affected French vineyards. As a result of their settling in the area, these winemakers taught the Spanish their knowledge of wine and its production, thus creating tradition. For the expansion of trade, several train stations were created, such as Haro, which followed the Tudela-Bilbao railway line, this led to the birth of the Barrio de la Estación where there are currently a large number of wineries and vineyards.

The icon created for the brand aims to pay homage to this neighborhood and its history, also creating a visual game with the train tracks and the initial “h” of the word Haro.

As for the typeface chosen, it is the Montserrat in a high box, a dry stick that gives it that modernity and elegance with very regular letters such as those seen in the word HARO in the logo.

If we talk about color, only two colors are used on a white background, which are black and gold, the latter characterizing it with an immediate visual appeal necessary to make itself stand out from its competitors in the market.

Self Adhesive Material:

Icy White Ice Premium-FSC / RP30 / White Glassine 85

Other aspects to consider:

Regarding the printing specifications, the paper will be an Icy White Ice Premium-FSC / RP30 / White Glassine 85 that will be printed in offset with a metallic thermo-laminated stamping to give that golden finish to the corresponding parts (gold hot foil).

2nd. Classified. Andrea Pascual Sarret. Label name: Helix.

Label description (objective, differential aspect):

Helix was born inspired by the gastronomic tradition of the snail in the land where it comes from, Lleida.
The chosen name, Helix, is the scientific name for the common snail. A serif typeface has been chosen, but modern with a rounded and dynamic touch in coherence with the illustration that accompanies it at the top. An illustration in which we can see the shell of a snail with drawings inspired by floral patterns that in turn draw the spiral created by the snail shells.

Both the illustration and the name are printed in gold stamping with a touch of rust that hints at the color of the snail. The capsule of the bottle will also be in a metallic rusty gold color that is in keeping with the overall design of the label.

Self Adhesive Material:

Rafweave White WSA-FSC / RP30 / White Glassine 85

Other aspects to consider:

Oxidized gold tone stamping on front and back name and illustration.
The bottle capsule maintains the metallic rusty gold tone of the stamping.

3rd. Classified. Anna Fañanas Dies. Label Name: In-Useful.

Label description (objective, differential aspect):

This label is aimed at a young audience with a sense of humor, as the name captures attention and is easily recognizable along with the accompanying illustration.

Freud claimed that the first human who insulted his enemy instead of throwing a stone at him was the founder of civilization. So, from a label that says USELESS to your face, nothing bad can come of it. Its interior is not hollow like the head of a corkscrew, on the contrary, there we find its true utility.

Self Adhesive Material:

Rafweave White WSA-FSC / RP30 / White Glassine 85

Other aspects to consider:

The label should be screen-printed to achieve an imperfect finish that would give it an interesting effect, taking into account the chosen typeface.

ETIQUETANEWS AWARDS 2018 

1st. Classified. Andrea Cabrero Lobato. Label name: Maria Antonieta.

Label description (objective, differential aspect):

Winemaker's selection:

For the winemaker, each sip of wine is a kiss, an erotic act that represents the fusion of breaths and in tannic rituals, it symbolizes the fusion of souls. He is a lover of Isidro Ferrer's compositions.

Wine selection:

The glasses of the different wines and cavas are said to have been modeled from the breasts of different women, for this reason they are attributed a sensual tone, in turn, for this reason the wines have the names of the different women, Maria Antonieta was a lover to the cava / champagne that is why its glass is attributed to cava, a shallow and wide glass.

Maria Antonieta died on the guillotine element chosen to make the composition of the label next to the glass. In turn, the red color was created as blood because in the Toro area the wine is called: "Sangre de Toro".

Technical data (finishes, paper, printing system):

UVI Serigraphic Ink for all the letters in their different four-color color.

Avery Dennison Fasson Fibers Look FSC Paper.

Other aspects to consider:

I have designed labels for the rest of the line, with different names of the female references.

2nd Classified. Adrián Carrera García Name of the label: Marhaba.

Label description (objective, differential aspect):

The Marhaba wine label (welcome in Egyptian) is characterized by the scarab from Egyptian mythology. Resurrection and protection. Both ideas are reflected in the illustration of the beetle.

The golden tones reflect the gold, metal and color that was always present in the clothing of the pharaohs during their life and after death.

Illustration is the element that becomes important because it is where the idea behind the principles of Marhaba wine must be represented.

Technical data (finishes, paper, printing system):

Finish: Nailed.

Gold Stamping: Kurtz Luxor 232

Paper: Manter Savile Row Tweed Dark Grey 100

Other aspects to consider:

The wine line would not be limited to just one red wine, but a label would be developed for each wine label.

These labels revolve around the theme of the Egyptian scarab, with each wine representing a different type of scarab.

3rd. Classified. David Álvarez Curiel. Label Name: El bonito de Damián.  

Label descripción (objective, diferencial aspect): 

It is about a satirical one of the most illustrious characters of my town, Cantalejo. Using their language of traffickers called: threshers.

It is a special project, since this chosen proposal portrays my grandfather in a realistic way with oil textures to give it a more rustic and less polished look. I have used the God Bacchus as a reference for the illustration.

It is a wine for young people to bring to all these characters and the aura that this wonderful town of Segovia breathes.

For this I used a stick typeface that created a generational contrast, aesthetically dynamic and attractive, as well as the abundance of white background that favors visual cleanliness and that all the elements breathe correctly.

Technical data (finishes, paper, printing system):

"El bonito de damián" typeface: finished in silk-screen uvi ink.

Four-color illustration, sharp blow on wrinkles.

Paper:

Avery Dennison Fasson Pampa Fsc.

Other aspects to consider:

I have designed the rest of the graphic line corresponding to the different types of wine.

The firstfruits, the children of Abundio and Fillo Fichote.