Moradillo, Alcubilla and Olmedillo. Three wines to represent Ribera del Duero
The Ribera del Duero is a district located at the southern tip of the province of Burgos, part of the Spanish autonomous community of Castile and León.
Here is where Legaris, a modern and highly attractive Spanish winery, took inspiration for the Vinos de Pueblo range, the beginning of a new stage of expression, the desire to enhance richness, uniqueness and diversity of this renowned region, the Ribera del Duero.
These wines’ collection highlights the differences and specialties of significant terroirs of the region in which the vineyards are planted, relating them with their hometown and corresponding natural characteristics.
The design by JJ Bertran Studio perfectly features the key elements of the wines in three special labels, projected to convey territoriality and sense of belonging.
Moradillo de Roa, born on gravel ground in the southern Burgos province shows on the label a profile of Tinta Fina, where the extremely cold weather is the key ingredient for an extremely concentrated wine. The same profile is shown on the Olmedillo de Roa’s label, a wine variety grown on sandy soil, that reflects the power and personality of that region.
While the two varieties have strong taste and character Alcubilla de Avellaneda’s flavor is highly unusual; planted in clay soil in the province of Soria this wine tastes elegant, floral and delicate.
Gold embellishments make the winery logo true protagonist of the label, connecting to the name of the region Ribera del Duero, which is also laminated in gold. But the final touch is given by the vineyards’ profiles, which show an elegant and local touch to each variety.
These elegant labels are printed on Arconvert’s Cotone Bianco Ultra WS, a 100% natural cotton paper, which brings out the rural essence of the product, thanks to its natural appearance made of impurities and shades differences. Together with the Ultra Wet Strength treatment, an extrusion which ensures greater flexibility and adaptability of the label on the bottle, reducing the memory effect of the paper and facilitating the die-cutting phase, these pressure-sensitive papers are a guarantee for excellent resistance against external agents, maintaining the label’s initial characteristics.