And now for something completely different: Le Chambertin 2010 Label Redesign

Hello everyone, we have just finished the label for Le Chambertin. This is a unique visual that will only be used for this vineyard. We plan to label all of the 2010s after harvest. So, we’ll need to get going on the concepts for the other cuvées which will also be changed from what we had in 2009.

This entire label was actually hand drawn by Inslee Haynes, text and all. If you see it on the label, she drew it. This is something completely different for Inslee, her first wine label. We have a few other things brewing, it won’t be her last.

I hope you all enjoy it.

Cheers,

Ray

6 thoughts on “And now for something completely different: Le Chambertin 2010 Label Redesign

  1. I like it, the vines, nicely detailed around the boarder and crown, Did you think of putting Tete de Cuvee, great to see on the label btw, where Grand vin de Bourgogne is at the top of the label? I like the historical significance…

    General style great, very elegant and classy, hadn’t known about Inslee Haynes. Cheers Mike

  2. Great thoughts, Mike. I was hoping to later find a better place for tête de cuvée. The top is the best place but where in the word would Grand vin de Bourgogne go? Need to think about this, but I liked the top position as well.

  3. This is a real winner!

    (I find 99% of Burgundy labels terribly boring. Does not the brain say. “Boring label, boring wine?”)

    Now if you can add some elven archers in there and …

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