Graffitied Wine Bottle Comes Inside A Spray Paint Can
I’ve always been fascinated by the innovative wine bottles and labels that adorn the shelves in stores; just like a book, I tend to judge wine by it’s “cover.”
Not smart, I know, but I’m truly taken by the designs that have emerged over the years, and Longview Vineyard from Adelaide Hills in South Australia prides itself on being different when it comes to their business, and especially their wine labels.
More than just a premium wine producer, Longview Vineyard is one of the must-see spots on anyone’s South Australia tour!
Brothers Peter and Mark Saturno, native South Australians, have always worked to set their brand apart from other traditional wine labels, so it was no surprise that Longview produced The Piece Shiraz in a limited edition bottle and packaging that features artwork by Sydney-based street artist, Beastman.
If a street artist is going to design your wine bottle, you had better believe there’s going to be some graffiti involved!
Beastman’s bold design gives the look of dripping paint with a “Hello My Name Is” sticker.
As part of an annual event called the “Krush Klinic,” the winery hosts leading Australian artists in an event that combines art with food and wine, held at their stunning vineyard that is located just outside the historic township of Macclesfield in the Adelaide Hills.
The backdrop of rolling hills remind visitors that they are someplace very special with classic old world charm.
Since its first vintage in 2001, Longview continues to be one of the most awarded vineyards in the region.
This year was a huge hit and the perfect platform for the brothers to showcase the unique packaging. The Shiraz also comes in a Beastman-designed package that resembles a large spray can!
Drinkers have fun popping open the lid to reveal the bottle inside.
Longview Vineyard is a true family affair, along with their sister, mother and father, the Saturno brothers aim for further success after finding their true passion that is, Longview.