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French designer Pierre Yovanovitch has created a bottle for a rosé.
The Commanderie de Peyrassol winery in Provence has invited renowned architect, designer and decorator Pierre Yovanovitch to create a new bottle for their rosé, La Bastide Peyrassol Côtes de Provence 2020.
The Commanderie de Peyrassol was founded by the Knights Templar in the 13th century and has long served as a resting place for pilgrims on their way to the Holy Land. The medieval tower located in the central part of the vineyard inspired the designer to create a bottle of such an unusual shape: the elegant flowing lines of the bottle follow the contours of the ancient structure, and the bright pitchy pink capsule resembles its glazed tile.
The top of the bottle is engraved with a Templar cross, harmoniously integrated into the asymmetrical label created by Yovanovitch.
“The bottle design reflects the architecture of the Commanderie de Peyrassol estate and serves as a homage to the natural tones and colours of the South of France. Light and airy both in aesthetic and taste, this rosé emulates its origins, and my own hometown, of Provence,” notes Yovanovitch.
The grapes to create the rose were harvested according to the lunar phases. According to winemakers, the wine “explodes with all the sweetness of red fruits at the first sip and leaves a velvety light aftertaste.”
Based on the materials of techfan.info