Archive Wine Package Design, Food Package Design, and Brochure Design
Wine label designs, food label designs, and brochure designs no longer in the marketplace.
Bartholomew Park Winery in Sonoma was where Hungarian winemaker, Agoston Haraszthy planted the first Sonoma grapevines. A collage was created by Patti Britton to show the history of the winery.
The girl & the fig restaurant offer custom gift boxes for signature pantry items. The original food label design featured artist Julie Higgins colorful artwork. Owner Sondra Bernstein and Patti Britton met at Viansa Winery in 1993 and have been collaborating ever since.
Monte Vaca wine label design was created by Patti Britton as a private wine brand.
Gimelli Vineyards was designed by Patti Britton for this Cienega Valley of California. The Gimelli label was created with an old Italian look.
Anni Molto Buoni (many good years in Italian) was a wine label design for the Italian "Estate" restaurant in Sonoma, California developed by Sondra Bernstein, owner of the girl & the fig.
Bonello d' Italia from Castello di Gabbiano in Italy was a second label for Gabbiano. Patti Britton was called by Foster's Wine Estates (now Treasury Wine Estates) to design the series of wine labels.
Buena Vista Haraszthy Collection named after the winery founder, Agoston Haraszthy. Patti Britton’s wine label design conveyed a torn page out of the winemaker's journal.
The Camelot Vineyard wine label design Patti Britton created was then owned by the Kendall-Jackson. Patti wanted the label design to look like an illuminated manuscript page.
Campagna Gourmet Distinctive Flavors food label design including grill & glaze flavors, and jams & jellies.
The brand Clos Pegase has always featured the pegasus created by the French painter Odilon Redon from the late 1800s.
At the time, Gloria Ferrer wanted their label to feature the land and vineyards. Patti Britton designed the label with an illustration in the background. Hand lettering for each varietal was created in a Spanish style.
Villa Toscano is a winery in the Shenandoah Valley, part of the Sierra Foothills of California. The owners wanted to bring the essence of Tuscany to the Shenandoah Valley.
The Australian brand Hermitage Road, now named Tempus Two, was founded in 1997 by one of Australia’s most iconic and revered wine families, the McGuigans in the Hunter Valley.
Kunde Estate label re-design retained a green marble pattern. Patti added an illustration of the winery since sustainability is important to the family. This was a "Hot Brand" in 2005.
Kunde Estate wine shipper designs to match the new label designs.
Little Paradise Farm Tomato Soup was made from certified organic heirloom tomatoes. Their small farm is family-owned in Sonoma.
Design for a Matanzas Creek Winery cookbook with every recipe containing lavender. Recipes came from various chefs in the United States.
Peter Lehmann Wines in the Barossa Valley of South Australia hired Patti Britton to re-design a more upscale label for their Mentor line...a premium red blend wine.
Re-designed Piper Sonoma labels and shippers for Rèmy Cointreau in New York.
Re-designed Count Placido label for Banfi Vintners in New York. This was for their winery in Tuscany, Italy.
Second label design for Banfi Vintner's Placido, called Placido Primavera with the three muses illustration.
Patti Britton designed the Quail Creek label with a photograph of a creek, and hand lettering for the “Quail Creek” brand. The brand is now owned by Bronco Wine Company.
Catena wine label design for the Argentinian winery Bodega Catena Zapata. Patti worked with consultant Paul Hobbs.
The Stryker label design was created from comments from their architect. Patti designed a texture of the sun beams criss crossing with a rust color.
Vaca Rio Vaca Vineyards from Constellation Brands was marketed as being a bird's eye view 10 miles east from the Napa Valley's Vaca mountains.
The Vaca olive oil package design was part of the Constellation Brands portfolio along with the Vaca wine label.
Viansa Winery and Italian Marketplace in Sonoma, CA. had it's own line of food products that Patti Britton designed.
Cookbook design for Viansa Winery and Italian marketplace in Sonoma, California.
Thalia Sangiovese was the first of many package designs Patti Britton created for Sam Sebastiani's Viansa Winery in Sonoma. Renaissance-style frescoes inspired Patti to incorporate them into the design.
Prindelo wine label design, a red wine blend of Primitivo, Zinfandel, and Charbono. To reflect the three varietals, Patti Britton created a three arched border.
Athena wine packaging design for Sam Sebastiani's Viansa Winery in Sonoma.
Augusto Barbera package design for Viansa Winery was a tribute to Sam Sebastiani’s father, August Sebastiani.
Obsidian was a high end red blend from Viansa Winery named after the black volcanic rock. For this design, a 250 year old arrowhead was part of the label design.
Viansa Frescolina was a wine package design for a white wine blend from Viansa Winery. Frescolina translates in Italian to "little fresh one" with Frescolina and her bounty. This package design won many design awards including a trophy from the 1998 Brand Design Association in New York, Beverages–Wine, Gold. The winery is now owned by Vintage Wine Estates.
Viansa Winery's Santerra wine label design translates loosely to "holy land". Patti Britton created a collage of holy images along with Viansa winery images from the property for the background. She had a special "V" with wings created that was foil stamped in gold. The winery is now owned by Vintage Wine Estates.
Viansa Winery’s grappa label design named Regalo di Certosa or “Gift of Certosa” was designed with a label printed on two sides. Lettering was silkscreened on the other side of the bottle to see the label with a fresco from the winery’s wall. This package won a gold trophy in 1997 from the Package Design Council in New York.
Patti Britton’s favorite Viansa Chardonnay wine! At the time, Viansa had three tiers of Chadonnay, and Cento Per Cento was at the top. “Cento per Cento” translates from Italian to “100 percent”. This Chardonnay had 100% malolactic fermentation creating a buttery flavor. For this label Patti incorporated in the the design the gold foil stamped “V” with vine tendrils.
Patti Britton's design for Viansa Winery's Musecco featured another special border with a fresco from the winery wall. This is a white sweet wine, Muscat Canelli. This package won a bronze Western Art Directors award in 1995.