De Bortoli Wines makes its mark with winemaking innovation in 2018
20 November 2018
With bottle shop shelves packed to the brim, the need for eye-catching packaging is more important than ever – as well as delicious tasting wine of course!
So, it’s been a real thrill this year to work with De Bortoli Wines to launch to media several new wines, each featuring a unique look designed to grab your attention.
De Bortoli’s new Rosé Rosé certainly caught the judges’ eyes at the prestigious International Wine and Spirits competition in London last month. The wine’s distinctive, world-first colour side-embossed screw cap won De Bortoli the inaugural Winery Innovator of the Year trophy. The win recognises the innovative winemaking prowess of the family-owned business, which constantly explores new and exciting wine styles to inspire consumers, including igniting Australia’s love of pale, dry rosé with the Rosé Revolution.
To shake things up in the sweet white wine space, De Bortoli recently launched a limited release Botrytis Semillon with a beautiful label featuring the work of the iconic Australian designer Florence Broadhurst. This is a lighter drop than De Bortoli’s iconic sweet wine Noble One, making it perfect for any occasion. Sauce tip – it’s delicious on its own or with seafood and makes an ideal gift!
If you’re looking for a crowd pleaser, you can’t go past the De Bortoli Pinot G, which shines a light on Australia’s growing thirst for the popular varietal, Pinot Gris with its square shouldered bottle, more commonly seen in spirits, and industry-first holographic label.
Feeling thirsty? Visit De Bortoli’s online cellar door store or ask at your local liquor outlet.
And for those of you who were lucky enough to buy one of De Bortoli’s Christmas Wine Advent Calendars before they sold out, cheers to a wine-derful festive season!