Verallia awards three bottle designs

July 8, 2021

El Verallia Glass Design and Creation Contest has awarded, in its eighth edition, the most original designs, in a joint call between Spain and Portugal, in which 171 students from nine schools (five Spanish and four Portuguese) have participated. The goal was to create a model of wine bottle standard that could be used by many wineries.

Of the 76 works presented to the contest, the most differentiating and original proposals were bow by Nata Vallés, student of the University School of Design, Innovation and Technology (Esne) de Madrid, who has won the first prize valued at € 2.500. In second place, with € 1.300, the project has been Arche of the students Clara Vendrell and Nagore Celada of the Barcelona University School of Design and Engineering (Elisava). And finally, guerni-k of the students Antonio Riballo and Sofía Martín de It's ne, who have won the third prize valued at € 900.

The jury has been made up in this edition by a total of 17 people, including the Vicente Gandía, Mar de Frades, Grupo Freixenet, Vinhos Borges, Global Wines and Fita Preta wineries as clients of Verallia, the sommelier and communicator Meritxell Falgueras, the design studio specialized in packaging Maba and the management team of the window.

Prizes

bow It is a container inspired by architecture that represents modernity, novelty and the present, but without losing its origins in classic and traditional values. A simple bottle whose subtle recess at the base adds elegance and modernity. In its Premium version, it incorporates engraved lines of irregular height to the base that give the container an extra elegance and dynamism. A bottle for a wine that wants to attract young and modern people, between 30 and 50 years old.

Arche is inspired by the volcanic and arid terrain of El Hierro (Canary Islands), a place with a great wine-making tradition in which the vines cling to the earth, twisting on themselves

guerni-k It is a container inspired by the oak tree from the Biscayan town of Gernika. The design consists of a diagonal cut at the base of the bottle, which results in a sublevel. This would represent the grain of the wood while the upper level would represent the bark of the tree.

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