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What is your favorite Senor Sangria label design? » Concept #2

Concept #2
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  • John O’Neal

    uhh…lol…now this one…for some reason makes me smile an evil grin…;)
    I like it…its simple…but the S almost looks like a snake, or sin…so the whole bottle looks like…well, we gunna have a good time…lemme crack open some of this sinful delight…this sweet sex necture

    sorry, thats just me…im a lil sik but I would buy it…and it is eye catching on the shelf

    So if this one doesn’t make the cut u gotta send me a special edition of this design…HAHA…thanks

  • Erika gehringer

    I have to say that this one is the first one I was drawn to. I love how the design is embedded within the “S”. It looks classy and sophisticated. I just wish the “s” curved down a bit more at the top. We are sooooo critical, aren’t we? Love the colors!!! Looks delish!

  • Debbie Tyler

    I like this one but I agree with Erica about the “s”. I also think the words “Senor Sangria” could be a little bit bigger.

  • Barb Goodwin

    Concept 2 has a sleek design and stands out with vibrant color… a classy yet unique description to pass on when looking for Senor Sangria

  • Michael & Belkys

    Belkys and I both think that this is the classiest and more sophisticated of the labels. I agree with John, at first glance, the “S” looked like a cobra snake, but that is part of the uniqueness of the label and I think, subliminally, it will be catchy and call attention to the bottle… sangria with a bite.. :) I don’t know if that was intentional or not, but i think it works. Definitely the coolest label. Can’t wait to try it!

  • Roach

    The simple elegance has a great feel. The “s” is bold and definitely stands out. I think the brand name could have more prominence, but overall it’s a strong brand. It’s a tough call between this one and #1

  • Colleen

    I agree with #1 being the leader of the pack here. I would like to see it with the capsule from #2. Even more important, where are the samples being opened??? Best of Luck guys!

  • christine nickles

    as much as I liked # 3 for the color concept———–I think this one is BOLD & gets your attention.
    and when you’re looking for it on the shelf in the liquor store…..LOOK FOR THE “S”- Senior Sangria
    …SIMPLE YET ELEGANT

    Best of luck and continued success.
    Will look for the “S” in the store !

  • Dan Troup

    I like the concept of this one best, but I’d like to see grapes a little more clearly within the S. I’m not sure what it would look like, but you could also try multi-colors within the S if it didn’t cause you to lose the S image altogether. I suppose if you wanted to put the Senor Sangria label on the neck it wouldn’t hurt with name recog. since the other label is small on the bottle. I suspect it you made it bigger, you’d lose the S as the focal point, which is key to the concept.

  • Aimee

    I’d have to agree with some of the others. This one has somewhat of a seductive feel to it – very appealing.

  • Brian

    I love this label. Very sexy, and as some have stated it has an “evel” appeal to it. For a pary atmosphere I am a fan of getting a parge pitcher, filling about 3/4 with Sangria and adding sliced apples (I prefer grannys), oranges, peaches, and even grapes. Maybe a line of sophisticated pitchers similarly labeled to go along with it since the bottle is discarded in that scenario? I can’t keep my friends from drinking your sangria, when it is available this label will be easy to describe for them to find.

  • Brian

    I love this label. Very sexy, and as some have stated it has an “evil” appeal to it. For a pary atmosphere I am a fan of getting a parge pitcher, filling about 3/4 with Sangria and adding sliced apples (I prefer grannys), oranges, peaches, and even grapes. Maybe a line of sophisticated pitchers similarly labeled to go along with it since the bottle is discarded in that scenario? I can’t keep my friends from drinking your sangria, when it is available this label will be easy to describe for them to find.

  • Darran

    This works for me; a more sophisticated design.

    The abstract shape reminds me of some kind of Latin dancer. The colours contrast with the black implying that beneath the exterior is vibrancy and flavour etc.

  • Roger

    I like concept #2 its simple but attractive to the eye.

  • http://None None

    nice

  • cassie

    nice