Old vines meet new wine maker - Mixing it up in the Languedoc.
Meet Oliver. His wines, made in the Burgundian style from old vine grapes in the Languedoc region, are deliberately aimed at a younger generation of wine drinkers who can do without the traditional chateaux and crests.
Oliver needed something bolder and more contemporary, something that expressed the feisty attitude of these bold, new upstart wines. The identity draws its inspiration from the immediacy of inky letterpress printing, where the flaws and idiosyncrasies are celebrated, so the big glossy brand mark unapologetically takes centre stage.
The first vintages of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay sold out quickly but don't worry, the next vintage is ageing nicely in its oak barrels.