Wine, Food Packaging and Spa Product Design
Vincent Christopher, a high end Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir label design for Hestan Vineyards in Napa Valley. The label is named after the two sons, Vincent and Christopher. Winemaker is Jeff Gaffner.
Kohler & Frohling is a winery many people have never heard of. Founded in 1854, the winery became one of California's dominant wine companies. A massive San Francisco winery was located at 2nd and Folsom Streets with other locations in Fresno, Los Angeles, and Glen Ellen.
Sonoma Roadside is a new wine brand for the girl & the fig restaurant in Sonoma. Known for their country French cuisine, farm images of poppies, bees, chickens and veggies were chosen for the Rhône alone wines.
the girl & the fig, now has it's own wine brand. Patti Britton's wine label design features images of the recycled galvanized metal fence and wooden gate that surrounds the patio.
the girl & the fig restaurant in Sonoma, CA with newly redesigned labels for the bottles of Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Vinegars, and Vinaigrette. The labels incorporate in the design a photo of the galvanized fence on the property.
the girl & the fig restaurant in Sonoma, CA newly redesigned food labels in jars. The new labels incorporate the galvanized steel fence on the property so the consumer can take home a bit of their dining experience.
the girl & the fig restaurant in Sonoma, CA newly redesigned sea salt labels in new larger jars. The labels incorporate the galvanized fence on the property as a take away from your dining experience.
New category for Patti Britton! Redesigned spa product label design for the popular Sonoma restaurant the girl & the fig. Named "FIGbody", the labels reflect the French country theme with collages of old French images. The ingredients were reformulated by the producer, Sonoma Botanicals with more organic ingredients.
New category for Patti Britton of Britton Design! Redesigned spa product label design for the popular Sonoma restaurant the girl & the fig. Named "FIGhome" the labels reflect the French country theme with collages of old French images.
Sam Sebastiani has a new line of old world wines called La Chertosa. Shown here is the Reserve Zinfandel featuring Fra Paolo, the master wine blender at La Chertosa in Italy.Go to link
Sam Sebastiani's La Chertosa Barbera "The Winemaker Remembrance" features Sam's grandfather Samuele delivering wine in Sonoma. The Mission San Francisco Solano is in the background.Go to link
Multi-award winning La Chertosa Chardonnay from Sam J. Sebastiani. Each varietal has a different center illustration. Patti Britton designed the original Viansa labels with Sam so it's a pleasure working with him again.
Sam Sebastiani's "Samuele's Quarry," is a tribute to Sam's grandfather Samuele. Samuele was quite the entrepreneur having several businesses at a young age. He and fellow Italians pried tons of boulders from the hills of Sonoma to pave the streets of northern California.
Sam Sebastiani's "Eye of the Swan" Rosé wine label design, In 1975 Sam & his father August Sebastiani produced the first "Eye of the Swan" rosé wine. Produced under Sam's La Chertosa label, the wine was named for the eye color of the black Australian swan in August Sebastiani's aviary.
Lombardi's Chili Sauce label design, is a very popular lunch and dinner BBQ spot in Petaluma, California. The label is meant to be nostalgic emphasizing the "Chili Sauce" so it really stands out on the shelf!
Private wine label brand redesign called Ray's Creek. The brand is for Sonoma 980 and sold at BevMo! The two piece label really stands out on this shelf!
Brick Hill is another wine brand for the Wine Hooligans in California. The 'brick like' background is beautifully embossed. Patti Britton created the BH monogram icon that is also used on the capsule and shipper.
Pinot Noir in a can! Cycles Gladiator can design for the Wine Hooligans. The 1896 art is from French artist Georges Massias for motorized bicycles in Europe. It looks great on the shelf!
Cycles Gladiator wine label design features a female with flaming orange hair & a motorized bicycle in Europe. The image is from French artist Georges Massias created in 1896.
Mersenne is a wine label design for winemaker Mitch Rice who is also an excellent photographer. The image is inspired by the Renaissance French monk, Marin Mersenne who was passionate about art and science.
Seabiscuit Ranch Superfecta wine label design features the famous Thoroughbred racehorse, Seabiscuit during the Great Depression. Superfecta is a type of a racing bet reflected in the design as the 1234 of the racetrack lights.
Verde Sole wine label design from the Vitone Family. An art deco theme was chosen with a special logo design to reflect the era. The art was created by John Mattos.
Patti Britton was hired to re-vamp the Clos du Val line of wines. Patti suggested having all the labels as a rust color like the original design in the '70s featuring the three muses.
Ken Volk's line of Burgundian-style wines from Santa Barbara's Santa Maria Valley called for a dignified wine label design. A hand-crafted Kenneth Volk signature for branding signifies the look and feel of truly hand-crafted wines. A monogram of KVV was created as an icon.
The rhythmic and dynamic movement of a conductor's baton is represented as a gold "squiggle". This icon is the focus of this high end wine label design called Overture from Opus One Winery.
Seña is a collaboration between the Robert Mondavi Winery in Napa Valley and the Errazuriz family in Chile. The label is like a written agreement with the two families with Spanish type script.
Because of the Buehler's Swiss background, Patti Britton wanted the label to look like currency. The scratchboard illustration of the Buehler vineyards was created by Tom Hennessy.
This wine label design shows the old barn on the Buehler property that was a “ghost winery" before the days of prohibition.
Galante Vineyards is a working cattle ranch with outdoor garden roses. Patti Britton combined the cattle, wine and roses as a leather looking label. A saddle maker hand tooled leather for the background.
Galante Vineyards is all about the western/cowboy theme since it's a working cattle ranch. Kick Ass shows a bucking ass from a 1887 sepia photograph.
Galante Vineyards Grand Champion is a high end red wine that isn't made every year. The label was designed to look like a silver belt buckle. Patti Britton found the background pattern from an antique silverware book.
This Clos Pegase wine label design features the pegasus painting by French painter Odilon Redon from the late 1800s.
Bartholomew Park Winery has quite a history. Hungarian Aguston Haraszthy planted the first grapes at the Sonoma property in the 1830s. Patti Britton designed the wine label as a collage of maps, deeds, and old photos.
Sonoma winemaker Peter Haywood's Haywood Estate wine label is one of the oldest designs from Britton Design and still looks fresh! The upper label features a scratchboard illustration of their vineyards with the shape of a "H".
The Silverado client said the brand name was hard to read. Patti Britton had and lettering created for "Silverado" to make the brand more legible. Patti Britton also worked on the illustration for a more organic feel.
Little Paradise Farm Bloody Mary Mix is made from certified organic heirloom tomatoes in Sonoma. The label design features a colorful quirky illustration.
Owner Rhonda Carano hired Patti Britton 25 years ago to create the wine label design for their new hearty red wine blend called Siena. Rhonda wanted the design to look like the wine came from the earth. Patti decided to make a label resemble an actual chunk of dirt, in a reddish tone of prime hilltop vineyards.
Mike and Diane Naggiar are all about family, rooted in old world traditions. Their heritage is a mixture of European and Canadian. Colors were chosen of the Mediterranean for the label design. The bright orange background really stands out on the shelf.
"Il Nonno"-Italian for 'the Granddaddy; - old, wise, loved, temperamental, respected is the name for this red wine blend from Naggiar Vineyards in the Sierra foothills.
A Dessert Syrah wine from Naggiar Vineyards in the Sierra foothills silkscreened. The "NV" monogram icon from the Naggiar Vineyards brand is printed with precious gold.
Root 49 from Naggiar Vineyards in the Sierra foothills is named after "Route 49" near Auburn and the root of the grapevine. The image is silkscreened onto the bottle.
"Black Beast" silkscreened wine bottle design for Naggiar Vineyards in the Sierra Foothills. This is a blend of Petite Sirah, Syrah, Zinfandel and Mourvedre. Inky black in color...hence the black beast. Patti Britton created the werewolf.
Patti Britton was approached by Joe Leveroni and Pat Stornetta, a brother-sister team to design their wine label in 1992. Their ranch in Sonoma, California has vineyards and the family's dairy of milking cows. The back label design shows a illustration of the cows.
The Castello di Amorosa ("castle of love" in Italian) wine label design. The goal was a traditional upscale Tuscan-style package design, complete with a classic scratchboard illustration of the Napa Valley winery's medieval stone castle.
Gordon Estate Winery label design for the Columbia Valley of Washington state. Gordon Estate is the oldest estate winery in Washington state using only estate-grown grapes to make their wines. The background drawing is debossed with hand lettering for each varietal.