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Creative Logo Design: 33 Great Wine Logos

Wine logos and brands should aim to be timeless – sometimes a bottle of wine will sit in a cellar for decades. In the last 100 years, wine and champagne labels have evolved dramatically as logo design, graphic design and marketing techniques and strategies have evolved.

Below are examples of wine-related logo designs. This list is composed of 33 various logo designs for your perusal. See how modern principles of design are changing and how wine industry brand themselves. Get some ideas and be inspired at the same time.

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Wine Logo Designs

Hiroko Chardonnay Logo

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Wine Kingdom Logo

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Hanuet Wine Logo

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Bistro 1689 Logo

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VinoBraino Logo

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FINVIN Logo

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Swiss Wine Logo

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Stir Logo

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Symposio Café Logo

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Petersen Wine and Delicates Logo

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TheThirsty Peacock Logo

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Tastevin Wine Group

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Niazi Logo

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Teski Wines Logo

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1973 Logo

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Envero Wine Philosophy Logo

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Bar Code Logo

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Wine Searcher Logo

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Saturdays Uncorked Logo

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Corkscrew of Hungary Logo

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Wine Place Logo

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Rolland Wines Logo

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WineMosaic Logo

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The Wine Room Logo

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Inkwell Vineywards Logo

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Bosa Wine & Food Logo

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Fork and Cork Wine Logo

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Livermore Valley Logo

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Liza the Wine Chick Logo

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Spoil Yourself Logo

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Bodegas de Espana Logo

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Tempus Wines Logo

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Newcastle Food & Festival Logo

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Conclusion

Modern wine logos, brands and labels are becoming bolder, brighter and “cleaner”. The question is, will they stand the test of time like Penfolds, Moët et Chandon and Dom Perignon?

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