A new look is on the way for Brancott Estate, with a packaging redesign underway across the entire range of wines.
At the heart of the overhaul is a fresh split label and stylised logo, focused on celebrating the heritage of Brancott Vineyard, where the original Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc vines were planted.
“The new packaging revitalises the look of the entire Brancott Estate range, whilst ensuring that the cleverly-designed die cut label keeps the brand’s unique Marlborough heritage as a key element,” says chief winemaker Patrick Materman.
Brancott Estate still and Brancott Estate sparkling will be first to get the new labels from next month, followed by the Living Land and Letter Series wines.
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