Batch Winery Waiheke Island - Wine Label Design
Batch Winery Waiheke Island – Wine Label Design by Duffy Design
Batch Winery 1299 Blanc de Blancs being served at the Sculpture on the Gulf opening, and the premium range Thomas & Sons.
Duffy worked with leading designer David Scott who designed the Batch Winery building, Duffy created the coloured panels that adorn the exterior walls of the winery, the colours inspired by the colours of wine from pale lemon lime (Pinot Gris) to Rose to Deep Plum (Merlot).
Batch Winery is one of New Zealand’s first gravity-fed wineries allowing hand-picked grapes to be delivered at the top level then naturally wine feeds into tanks and aged wines into the barrel hall built into the hillside.
The name Batch reflecting the care, attention and uniqueness of each ‘Batch’ of wine it produces.
All of the Batch Winery labels feature the same wine colour ‘stripes’ to connect them with the Art in the Vineyard, the exterior of the winery.
The Batch labels are all uniquely numbered for each type of wine using a custom designed font by Duffy which is comprised of lines in varying weights to mimic barcoding.
The Thomas and Sons label, Batch Wineries premium wine features a Digital Dot and Line coding design along with the wine stripes.
And the still to be released Thomas’s Bach label will be a more ‘Kiwi Bach’ feel in design being home to the Thomas Family hence also Batch Winery is known as the Thomas Estate Vineyard.