We want a front and back label designed for our Flying Emu Grappa bottles.
The labels will be printed on paper stock and will be stuck to clear bottles with the brown liquid inside (oak aged grappa is similar in colour to brandy - see the attached photos).
We want to include the following on the front label:
- The flying emu graphic - file attached (this can be modified if appropriate)
- The text "Flying Emu Grappa" somewhere prominent on the label
- 40% ALC./VOL
These elements need to be put together in a design that will stand out on a shelf and look classy. Elements that could be added, possibly in a stylistic fashion, could include bunches of grapes, fine leaves, rows of vines in a vineyard, etc.
On the back label we want the following elements to be included:
- The text "This smooth, golden grappa captures the essence of the Margaret River grape harvest. It is carefully distilled in small batches in our copper pot still before being aged in lightly toasted oak barrels.
- Below this the following text in italics and quotes:
'Bold, full fruited nose where dried apricot is dominant with sweet spice in full attendance. Lively and fairly vigorous across the palate with some toasty oak characters coming into play. A spirit that I am sure is going to develop a faithful following!' - the IWSC
Distilled and bottled by Gidgegannup Distilleries
Berry Road, Gidgegannup, Western Australia
PRODUCE OF AUSTRALIA
There needs to be a barcode on the back label - number to be provided later. For starters use the number: 9343529000047
The size of the labels should be about:70ml wide on the front by between 120 and 145ml high
The back label should be a max of 70ml wide and whatever looks good for height - as long as it is the same or less than the front label.
I have attached a zip file that contains the emu graphic that we want to incorporate in the design and the detailed design for the old labels. I have also attached photos of the old front and back labels on the bottles we are using. We are not happy with the old labels as they are too plain and do not have enough style to them.
I would also like the logo for Gidgie Distilleries incorporated into the labels - maybe just on the back but maybe also on the front - see the attached files gold.jpg and gold.psd