• Carhatt Vineyards



    Designed by Mark Oliver, Inc, United States.

    Carhartt Vineyards, blowin’ in the wind.

    Established in the early years of last century, Rancho Los Olivos is a Santa Ynez Valley landmark spread among the old Valley oaks. The 3rd generation owners felt the time had come to step up from the old label which marked their premium wines. The industry is full of idiosyncratic labels, very few of which address the challenges of standing out from a wall of wine in a retail environment. The team at Mark Oliver, Inc. considered telling the story of the Rancho because it was distinctive. But where were the visual story-telling elements that would allow us to brand the wines individually and as group and appeal to consumers?

    We found the answer on a blustery day by looking up. We heard noises coming from the rooftops of various barns and outbuildings. And there was the answer: a vast array of shapes and sizes of distinctive animal weathervanes turning to face the wind. The rest was a breeze.






    1 comments → Carhatt Vineyards

    1. Its simple and nice, consistent design through and through.
      Forgive my lack of knowledge but what does the animals represent in connection with the wines?

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