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I decided I would like my project to explore solutions to a topical issue in Spain. The premise of my project is to combat the economic crisis prevalent in Spain today by highlighting its economic potential. The product I have decided to market is wine- focusing on four key regions in the North of Spain. I decided to make a set of four wines, each bottle representing a different region. In order to unify the graphic design and branding on the four bottles, each region has been selected according to its name; each region begins with the letter ‘R.’ This means that in spite of the individual qualities of each wine, and the unique design of each bottle the brand will be represented as a whole by a standard ‘R’ logo

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    R E I N A W I N E

    Development file: Alejandra Fernandez

  • INTRODUCTION PHOTOGRAPHY

    DESIGNATION OF ORIGIN TYPES OF WINE

    RESEARCH EXPERIMENTATION

    LOGO BOTTLE/LABELS

  • INTRODUCTION PHOTOGRAPHY

    DESIGNATION OF ORIGIN TYPES OF WINE

    RESEARCH EXPERIMENTATION

    LOGO BOTTLE/LABELS

  • I decided I would like my project to explore solutions to a topical issue in Spain. The premise of my pro-ject is to combat the economic crisis prevalent in Spain today by highlighting its economic potential. The product I have decided to market is wine- fo-cusing on four key regions in the North of Spain. I decided to make a set of four wines, each bottle re-presenting a different region. In order to unify the gra-phic design and branding on the four bottles, each region has been selected according to its name; each region begins with the letter R. This means that in spite of the individual qualities of each wine, and the unique design of each bottle the brand will be represented as a whole by a standard R logo.

    This project has allowed me to develop my skill-base as a graphic designer; for example I have experimented with using IPAD applications and applications which promote tactile freedom through the development of my design work. Often I have initiated the process for a design using programs such as colourbox and then transferred the file into Illustrator CS5 for further development. Additionally, I have learnt how to ma-nage the Illustrator Pen Tool, this device has given me a broader artistic range which will allow me to create Illustrations and Logos with precision in the future.

    INTRODUCTION

  • As a starting point for my design work, I used original images that I had taken of landscapes in the North of Spain. Then I began to create illustrations on colour box and integrate them into the photographs. I wan-ted to use the historic image of the Spanish shield as a base for the development of the logo. In order to contextualise the design, I began to look at the work of Manolo Prieto, whose classic image of the Bull, initially commissioned for an alcohol logo, gave him his reputation as an acclaimed Spanish Graphic Designer. Prietos image of the Bull is spread throug-hout Spanish Territory along roads and hills and has now become a Spanish National Icon, having out-grown its association with the alcoholic drink. The Spanish Shield had similar advertising potential.

    I began to develop a series of booklets, each of which includes information about the Designation of Origin which each wine comes from. Each prototype inclu-des a variety of different visual aids, some photogra-phic and others illustrated. This type of wine product already exists in various regions in the North of Spain. However I want to develop the concept behind this product by heavily integrating a Spanish National Identity using a sophisticated style of visual bran-ding. One way in which I have established a Spanish theme is to imitate the colours of the Spanish Flag, applying the colour red to the two red wines and the colour yellow to the two white wines. The colours become a part of my graphic design for the label and therefore reassert the wine as a product of Spain.

  • PHOTOGRAPHY SERIE

    (LOCATION: NORTH OF SPAIN,Galicia)

  • RIOJARIBERA DEL DUERO

    RUEDARIBEIRO

  • Designation of Origin (DO) is the name of a region, area, locality or place that has been administravely recognized for wines which meet the following conditions: - Have been developed in the region, dis-trict, town or place with graphes from the same. - Enjoy a high reputation in the trade to the attention of their origin; and whose quality and characteris tics are essentially or exclusivelu due to a infludint natural and human factors. - They must have passed at least five years after its recognition as a quality wine toh geographical indication.

    (DO

    )

    Designation of Origin (QDO) must, in addi-tion to the requirements applicable to ap-pellations of origin, the folowing:-Are marketed all bottled wine from wi-neries registered and located in the geo-graphical area.-Have a control system from produc-tion to marketing on quality and quanti-ty, including physical control, chemical and organoleptic homogeneous batch of l imited volume...-It is forbidden to coexist in the same ce-llar with wines no entitled to the QDO, except wines qualified payments within their territory.-It must have a definition mapping for mu-nicipalities, land suitable for producing wi-nes entitled to the QDO.

    (QD

    O)

  • Rioja is a qualified designation of origin (QDO) of Spain with which distinguish wines produced in certain areas of the regions of La Rioja and the Basque Country mostly, and to a lesser extent those of Navarre and Castile LEON3. By orographic and climatic diversity are three sub-production Rioja Alta, Rioja Baja and Rioja Alava, where wines originating from different features. The average annual production of Rioja wine is 250 million liters (85% and 15% red wine white wine and pink). Rioja wines are fresh, aromatic, balanced composition and excellent bouquet. The wine D.O.Ca. Rioja is identified by its back labels and stamps numbered.

    Rueda is a denomination of origin (DO) whose production area is located in the provinces of Vallado-lid, Segovia and vila (Spain). This DO covers 57 municipalities in the province of Valladolid, 17 of the province of Segovia and 2 in the province of Avila.

    Type qualified appellation of origin designationSubregions: Rioja Alta Rioja Baja Rioja AlavesaLocated in La Rioja, Alava, Navarre and BurgosVineyards has 63,942 (2010) 1Off icial designation 19322

    ProductionWhite varieties: Viura, Malvasia, White Grenache,Maturana white, white Tempranillo, Turrunts,Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and VerdejoRed varieties: Tempranillo, Grenache, Carignan, Graciano, Maturana ink, brown and MonastelMaturana.

    Wine produced 2,771,221 hl (2010) Winegrowers 17,598 (2010) 1209 Bodegas (2010) Rioja vineyards in autumn.

    ProductionRed varieties: Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec.White varities: Verdejo, Sauvignon Blanc, Viura, Palomino.

    Vineyards has 20,841 (2010) Official designation 19792

    Winegrowers 8252 (2010) Production 566,665 hl (2010) Wineries 279 (2010)

    RIOJA

    RUEDA

    http://uk.riojawine.com/en/

  • Ribera del Duero is a Spanish Denominacin de Origen (DO) located in the country's northern pla-teau and is one of eleven 'quality wine' regions within the autonomous community of Castile and Len. It is also one of several recognised wine-producing regions to be found along the course of the Duero river. The region is characterised by a largely flat, rocky terrain and is centred on the town of Aranda de Duero, although the most famous vineyards surround Peafiel and Roa de Duero to the west, where the regional regulatory council or Consejo Regulador for the denominacin is ba-sed.Ribera del Duero is home to the world-famous and highly-prized Vega Sicilia and Tinto Pesque-ra wines and is dedicated almost entirely to the production of red wine from the Tempranillo grape.

    Ribeiro (in Galician Ribeiro) is one of five designations of origin for wines in Galicia. The production area is located in the southern part of Galicia, in northwestern edge of the province of Orense, at the confluence of the valleys formed by rivers Minho, Avia, and Barbantio Arnoia. In 2005 had a total area of 2685 hectares of vineyards located in the following municipalities: Ribadavia, Arnoia, Cas-trelo of Minho, Carballeda of Avia, Leiro Cenlle, Beade, Punxn, Cortegada, and the municipalities of Bobors, San Amaro, Ton, Carballino, and Orense.The vineyard extends from 75 to 400 meters high in valleys and hillsides.

    Vineyards has 11,739 (2010) Official designation 19322Wheel headquarters

    ProductionWhite varieties Verdejo,Sauvignon Blanc, Viura, Palomino finoRed varieties: Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec.

    Winegrowers 1467 (2010) Production 333,237 hl Bodegas 55 (2010)

    Vineyards has 2,767 (2010) Official designation 19322

    Productionwhite varieties, Torrontes, Loureira, Godello, Albario.red varieties, Brancellao, Cao, Ferron, Mencia.

    Winegrowers 6043 (2010) Production 41,026 hl (2010) Wineries 119 (2010)

    RIBERA DEL DUERO

    RIBEIRO

  • One of the traits that sets Rioja Wines apart is their excellent aptitude for ageing, a quality that is exclusive to great wines. Through appropriate ageing,. in which oak wood plays a decisi-ve role, Rioja Wine evolves, its virtues becoming more prominent and acquiring new aromas and flavours. Rioja Wines are aged in 225 litre oak casks, where the wine experiences a slow evolutio-nary process of micro-oxygenation and stabilisation, and even-tually acquires aromas and flavours released by the tannins in the wood. This is the traditional ageing method of great wines, a natural, more costly process than modern proposals of a more industrial oenology. The ageing process is completed in the bottle, where the wine continues to evolve in a reducing atmos-phere until it reaches its peak. Great wines from historic vintages sleep in bottles for decades in the sacristies of the bodegas until they are transformed into true oenological gems.

    Depending on the ageing process, Rioja wine can be put into one of four categories, identified by different numbered back labels or seals, which the Control Board issues to those wines that meet quality and