by Elizabeth Freeman on 03/09/2016 | 2 Minute Read
Wine lovers gather around and give Tsernovo a taste. Produced by a winery up in the northern Grecian mountains, this wine is rich in flavor and aged in wooden barrels. Designed by slab, a simple yet bold label helps attract a younger audience.
"Tsernovo is a wine produced by the winery Ktima Tseou. Ktima Tseou is located at Ιmathia, Fytia, in northern Greece. There, at a 450 metre altitude, are biologically cultivated the following types of wine: merlot, syrah, xinomavro and cabernet. The older name of the village was Tsernovo, from the words "tserno" and "vino", meaning black wine, because of the renowned dark red wine its vineyards produced. Maintaining tradition, Ktima Tseou produces wine rich in flavor, aged in wooden barrels."
Art Director: Nikos Giuris
Photographer: Giorgos Oikonomou
Designed by slab