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Belvedere revamps vodka buckets to meet sustainability standards

Belvedere revamps vodka buckets to meet sustainability standards

Polish super premium vodka brand Belvedere’s (LVMH) new drinks buckets are now made from PP rather than ABS, with 30% recycled content. In line with its sustainability strategy, Polish vodka brand Belvedere has reworked its vodka buckets to make[…]

04/19/2022
Camus Dark & Stormy: A sea lover's Cognac

Camus Dark & Stormy: A sea lover's Cognac

French cognac house Camus is launching a limited-edition cognac boasting a maritime character reflective of its Île de Ré origins. Dubbed Dark & Stormy, the bottle features a deep blue wraparound label evocative of rough ocean waters. For Dark &[…]

04/14/2022
Forged Gin: forging an Art Deco inspired brand image

Forged Gin: forging an Art Deco inspired brand image

Family-owned premium spirits distillery Forged Spirits (previously Forged in Wakefield) has rebranded, with a new visual identity and packaging design. Forged Gin is the distillery’s first spirits range to feature the new packaging. UK-based[…]

04/11/2022 |
Château Minuty teams up with tattoo artist for limited-edition rosé

Château Minuty teams up with tattoo artist for limited-edition rosé

The fifth incarnation of Château Minuty’s limited edition Minuty M features a colorful, screenprinted design that is the work of tattooist Léa Amati. For its 2021 Minuty M limited edition, French winery Château Minuty teamed up with Parisian[…]

04/04/2022 | Design
Armin: reviving the spirit of Armagnac

Armin: reviving the spirit of Armagnac

Newly launched artisanal spirits brand Armin is out to modernize the image of Armagnac, one of the oldest French eaux-de-vie. The brand offers two versions of the spirit – aged for six years and for 10 years. Armagnac, the world's oldest type of[…]

04/04/2022
Danish artist Jeppe Hein reinterprets Ruinart Jeroboam

Danish artist Jeppe Hein reinterprets Ruinart Jeroboam

Jeppe Hein took up the challenge of Ruinart’s Carte Blanche program this year. The Danish artist notably transformed a Rosé Jeroboam, bringing his artistic flair to both the champagne bottle and coffret. For the 2022 edition of its Carte Blanche[…]

04/01/2022 |
Honeybees in the limelight for KEEPR’s spirits range

Honeybees in the limelight for KEEPR’s spirits range

English artisan spirits brand KEEPR’s has unveiled contemporary, bee-inspired packaging for its honey-infused spirits range. Launched in March, the new branding aims to appeal to environmentally conscious consumers who are ready to support[…]

03/25/2022 |
Miller Family Wines banks on non-alcoholic wine sector

Miller Family Wines banks on non-alcoholic wine sector

Californian family-run winery Miller Family Wines entered the 0% ABV premium wine market earlier this year. The Hand on Heart collection of three wines launched to tie in with Dry January, a public health campaign urging consumers to forgo[…]

03/15/2022
Château de Sérame: the jewel in Les Vignobles d’Exéa’s crown

Château de Sérame: the jewel in Les Vignobles d’Exéa’s crown

With a new generation at its helm, French family-owned winery Les Vignobles d’Exéa has unveiled new products and packaging. Its Château de Sérame wine is the star of the range. Les Vignobles d’Exéa in France’s Languedoc-Roussillon region has[…]

03/08/2022 |
Maison Ferrand launches Canerock, a Jamaican spiced rum

Maison Ferrand launches Canerock, a Jamaican spiced rum

A spice-infused rum created by Maison Ferrand, Canerock launched on the thriving rum market last month. Distilled in Jamaica, the brand's packaging pays homage to its origins. This new entrant marks the French company's second foray into the rum[…]

03/03/2022