The Dieline Awards 2017: The Underground Project Wines

by Natalie Mouradian on 05/02/2017 | 2 Minute Read

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TASK: Create a category disrupting sub-brand for Hungerford Hill that moves away from its traditional parent brand super premium values in a way that doesn't devalue these brand values. Appeal to a younger demographic consumer and address an online sales channel focus.

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SOLUTION: Inspiration for the name coming from Hungerford Hill's underground working cellar, the underground project behaves as a secret experimental range of wines, produced in secrecy away from prying eyes. Inspired by redacted documents, leaked experiments and secrets from the winemakers bunker. You must only know what you need to know.

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Designed By: Co PartnershipClient: Hungerford HillArt Directors: Zoe Green & Max HarknessDesigner: Matt JohnsonPhotographer: Guy DaviesCopywriters: Zoe Green & Max HarknessPrinter: CCLLocation: Australia

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