Sokol Blosser Winery had an entry-level priced Pinot Noir that needed a stand-alone brand from their high-end bottles. In listening to the vintner talk about what made this wine unique from their other offerings, we realized that the story of the land was the story of the wine. 
In collaboration with a writer to craft the story, we named it "Delinea 300" after the delineating line of 300 feet above sea level, where the soil type in the Willamette Valley changes and creates different qualities of grapes. Using a topographic map for the background was a natural solution.
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