by Theresa Christine Johnson on 07/27/2015 | 3 Minute Read

The wine made from brotherly love. Out of their mutual love for wine, two brothers in Mexico created Entremanos. Análogo designed the brand identity and labels to reflect the quality and taste of the wine while also incorporating the brand name’s meaning.

“Entremanos is the meeting point of two brothers on which they share their passion for wine. The naming is a word play of something kept in secret, something done by hands, something done ‘entre hermanos.’ Through wine tasting events and the production of limited bottles of wine made in collaboration with Valle de Guadalupe's winemakers, their mission is to spread the viniculture of México.”

The abstract designs almost look like fingerpaints that the boys may have made as children, but these pieces of art are intended to give the consumer an idea of the flavors each wine offers. Blood red and garnet hues mix together in a striking, sultry manner, giving life to the labels. While the art appears freshly painted and almost chaotic, the remaining design is clean and to-the-point.

“The clean and modern identity along with abstract monotype prints made exclusively for each label and inspired on the taste and terroir of each wine express the character and uniqueness of each bottle.”


Designed by Análogo

Country: Mexico

City: Guadalajara

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