Saverio did a great work - we found our perfect label design!
He has implemented our wishes great, was really patient and responded always quickly.
Thanks for the great job! We would be very happy about further cooperation!
- Paul Wiesmeier
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Description of the product
Champagne Nottinger selects and resells under its own label wines sourced from producers located in best sites for growing grape in the Champagne area, the so-called “Grand Cru” villages. Our range is formed by the following products: a Blanc de Blancs, priced around 70$, a Blanc de Noirs (55$) and the entry level “Réserve” blend (45$).
Description of the product target audience
Our target are gentlemen aged between 35 and 60 years, with average to high income.
We are looking for 1 label for our Champagne line. Designers can choose to work on one design among the three Champagnes we produce.
1) The Blanc de Blancs (French for “white from white grapes”) Champagne produced in Le Mesnil-sur-Oger, a Grand Cru village considered the best place for growing Chardonnay;
BLANC DE BLANCS
GRAND CRU LE MESNIL
2) a Blanc de Noirs (French for “white from black grapes”) Champagne labeled as "Pinot Noir" produced in Ambonnay, a Grand Cru village considered the best place for growing Pinot Noir;
GRAND CRU AMBONNAY
3) a blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay "Réserve" produced in the Grand Cru village of Verzenay.
GRAND CRU VERZENAY
What to avoid
These Champagne will be sold mainly online, therefore we need a design with high contrast between text and background (we encourage the use of white and light colors for background, however the "Pinot Noir" label could have a dark background). Gold and silver are welcome but their employ should be minimal.