Monferrato hills has a history dating back thousands of years and is where the grapes are grown for the vineyards of the Olivero family (www.cantinaolivero.it) that has been involved in high-quality wine production for four generations. There is a young wine expert, Daniele Olivero, at the helm of the winery who has achieved recognition from wine critics and is also praised by customers for the high quality of his wines. Quality is never obtained by chance and Daniele does not overlook anything, not even the image of his products. This is why he has entrusted the restyling of the brand image of his wines to Studio Due (www.studio-due.it), with no less than forty years of experience.
“Leo”, the Monferrato claret obtained from rosé vinification of traditional Piedmonte wines, was bottled at the time of the birth of Leonardo, Daniele’s son.
The Brachetto d’Acqui “La bella” is an elegant wine with a fragrant and aromatic scent and a sweet, smooth flavour with sparkling bubbles.
“Alèes” is a dessert wine made from aromatic Greek Muscat grapes and is characterised by its natural delicacy and is perfect combined with the traditional desserts from Piedmont.
It is precisely the charm of this love story for its lands and its region that inspired Studio Due to design the labels for the Olivero sweet wine range. The graphic element characterising each label conveys the architectural details of the churches, palaces and castles of Monferrato and is highlighted by the colours and embossed silk-screen printing contrasting with the natural whiteness of the Manter Tintoretto Gesso Ultra Ws self-adhesive paper produced by Arconvert (www.arconvert.com).
26 March, 2018