Design: Emi Renzi
Project Type: Concept
Packaging Contents: Vermouth
Packaging Substrate / Materials: Glass Bottle
Printing Process: Serigraphy
The origin of vermouth is attributed to the Greeks, but this drink was made popular by the Italians thanks to a tavern keeper in Turin, in 1786, who began to experiment with wine and herbs. From there, vermouth began its successful career throughout almost all of Europe.
This vermouth is a reddish, tile and burgundy-brown amaro, it is usually served with ice and some type of citrus to bring freshness.
It is unique for its unusual bottle, made of stoneware ceramic, screen-printed with a cork closure.