Examples of Past Work:
Club 44 Provence Rosé
"If we could pick one Rosé to drink this summer, it would be Club 44. One look at the label transports us to two places: The French Riviera, and Laguna Beach. For us, Club 44 is a little taste of the Riviera lifestyle, instantly transporting our feet to sandy beaches and salty breezes, only to end the day with another ice cold bottle, a baguette and a cheese board." - Argaux, www.argaux.com
"The sunny beachside views on the label sums up this bright, sunshine-filled wine. It is a classic blend of Grenache, Cinsault and Syrah, packed with red fruits, crisp acidity and a fresh aftertaste. Drink now." - Roger Voss, Wine Enthusiast Magazine, July 2018
Getränk Grüner Veltliner
In Austria, Grüner Veltliner is as much a part of the national culture as classical music, elegant coffee houses, and competitive body-building. For years, Grüner was bottled in a liter-sized bottle with a crown cap – intended for fresh, immediate consumption and for sharing among friends. Although all iterations of this grape are quickly gaining notoriety in the United States, it is still the no-fuss, utilitarian liter “house wines” that remain the most popular.
“Getränk” was a collaboration between Massanois Imports and Weingut Dürnberg in the village of Falkenstein.
Stringtown Pinot Noir
Stringtown was born of the need in the market for affordable, high-quality domestic Pinot Noir. It was important that this brand stand out as something more ‘serious’ in a field crowded with poor design quality at this price point. Stringtown was done as a collaboration with Massanois Imports and Eugene Wine Cellars.