See full image in our blog post.
Last year, we had the opportunity to work on a truly fun project that combined two of our passions, red wine and the comedic stylings of Adam Carolla. As avid listeners to Adam's radio show and subsequent podcast, we were quite familiar with his concept of homemade "Mangria" in which Adam would take the remains of a bottle of red wine, add vodka, and finally a splash of orange juice to create his signature cocktail.
Adam decided to take his concoction to the masses by creating a commercially produced version (a potent 20.9% Sangria) and we were thrilled to be hired to create the label design for the bottle. Now almost a year later, Adam has sold tens of thousands of bottles and will soon release Mangria White.
Check out images of the gold foil embossed label on our blog and visit buymangria.com to enjoy your very own glass.
about 1 year ago
@DKNG I love the Adam Carolla and Dr. Drew Show. This is amazing. How many bottles have you had so far? Haha. I've been meaning to order a bottle or two, anyway great job!
When I saw this label a few Months back I was surprised by the quality. I should've known it was you guys. Great work and cheers!
+1 to what @Anthony Wartinger said. I remember checking out the label and thinking it was surprisingly really well designed– didn't expect the ace man to spring for quality design :D Great work!
Nice work! "Get it on!"
very beautiful work guys.
@Jon Vlasach have you heard Adam and Dr. Drew's podcast yet? So good!
"There are children in Africa who go to bed every night without a buzz." I love Adam Carolla. Nice work on the label @DKNG, I've been meaning to order a few bottles; now I have another reason to.
hell yeah! I was wondering who designed this! Great work!
It seems you just can't stop doing great work. Keep it up!
by Dylan John Mazziotti
Last week Adam and Dr. Drew came to Salt Lake City, Utah to do a show at Kingsbury Hall. Before the show, Adam sold his Mangria at Wiseguys in Trolley Square and I got the bottle of wine signed and a photo. Very nice guy!
about 1 year ago
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