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October 14, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments
Thorny Rose - Cabernet Sauvignon

Thorny Rose – Cabernet Sauvignon

Last night I tasted and new wine, Thorny Rose Wine – Cabernet Sauvignon. I am not a red wine drinker but I figured it would go well with the pizza I had bought. The main reason I bought this wine is that it stood out from the others on the shelf.  I really like the contrast of the print and the silhouette of the wine glass. the background print it very complex, bein monotone helps keep it consistent and strong. If there was use of other colors it would be too busy. The silhouette of the glass is right in the middle, which breaks the background pattern and helps the logo pop. The stacked type design in white lettering is prominent. Think the use of shapes with positive and negative space help with the hierarchy. The break in the pattern helps calm your eye and the pop of white lettering catches your eye first. The cleaver play on the Thorny Rose and the use of thorns in the logo and on the stem of the wine glass help with little details the help make it unique. There are probably numerous wine logos that have wine glasses  – the trick is how to present the name and the iconic wine glass different to make your brand iconic.

AND Yes.. It was good – smooth taste that had a good flavor.  I do prefer my whites but this was really good and plan on having it a gain soon and trying some of other Thorny Rose Wines.

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