Bruketa&Žinić&Grey won the Cresta bronze award for the Stina Plavac Mali Stipančić wine label design. Cresta is the Creative Standards organisation and a Cresta Award is one of the world’s most prestigious creative accolades that has been showcasing and benchmarking exceptional creativity for 30 years. The jury panel consists of 120 carefully chosen world-class jury of more than 120 senior industry leaders.
Stine wines are produced on the Croatian Island of Brač, known for the snow white stone which has been a source of inspiration to many artists since ancient times. Stina wines are also meant to inspire anyone who tastes them. That’s why the Stina wine labels are blank white canvases inspiring everyone to get their creative juices flowing.
Although its beauty has been a source of inspiration, the stone from the Island of Brac is also a symbol of hardships associated with winemaking. Stina Plavac Mali Stipancic is a single vineyard wine grown on a hard-to-reach, stone enclosed vineyard, located on the extreme slope.
The four-layered label evokes the extreme slope of this vineyard. So everyone who uses it as their canvas should rise to a single challenge: they should be creative and work around the slopes on it, replicating the work of winemakers in the Stina Plavac Mali Stipancic vineyard.