We designed three new labels for the Piccolo Bacco dei Quaroni winemakers. The first one is for a Cruasé, a “Spumante” rosé produced with the traditional method (“méthode champenoise”).
We took inspiration from its production process: after primary fermentation, the wine is bottled with yeast and a small amount of sugar; the bottles are initially stored horizontally and then towards the end of the fermentation are gradually turned to flush the yeast in the bottle neck to be removed. This rotation of the bottle became the subject of the PBQ label.
On the other two labels the illustrations play with the images of glass stains on a table cloth to create abstract grapes.