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Printed Short Stories That Double as Wine Bottle Labels

Genius Wine Bottles Have Labels With Short Stories To Read While You Sip

Genius Wine Bottles Have Labels With Short Stories To Read While You Sip

Matteo Correggia Winery and design studio Reverse Innovation have put together two things we can’t get enough of: books and wine. The ingenious wine bottle

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A good read and a bottle of wine go together like movies and popcorn. That's why Italian winery Matteo Correggia and design agency Reverse Innovation has

20 textos de couple hilarants, qui montrent que l'amour et la haine sont parfois très proche... Le 16 est vraiment abusé !

20 textos de couple hilarants, qui montrent que l'amour et la haine sont parfois très proche... Le 16 est vraiment abusé !

librottiglia wine bottles include a short story you can read as you sip

El Inspector Gadget bebería este vino, seguro. (Inspector Gadget would drink this wine, for sure.)

El Inspector Gadget bebería este vino, seguro. (Inspector Gadget would drink this wine, for sure.)

Genius Wine Bottles Have Labels With Short Stories To Read While You Sip

Genius Wine Bottles Have Labels With Short Stories To Read While You Sip

While a traditional wine pairing typically couples a specific food with its red-or-white match, Reverse Innovation believes that wine is best served with a

“I like on the table, when we're speaking, the light of a bottle of intelligent wine.”  ― Pablo Neruda

“I like on the table, when we're speaking, the light of a bottle of intelligent wine.

Tinta de Vi. una etiqueta impresa con vino hecha pasta.  #taninotanino #vinosmaximum

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Librottiglia, a newly designed set of wines which feature short stories built into their labels

Italian winery Matteo Correggia and design agency Reverse Innovation have teamed up for a new range that professes to be “where great wine and literary pleasure meet”. Librottiglia, a play on the Italian words for ‘book’ and ‘bottle’, consists of three different wines paired with three different stories, the latter being printed on the former to create “an oeno-literary experience based on the perfect balance of the sensory impressions of the wine and the scenarios imagined in the stories.”
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