Phaunus Wine Label
Wine Produced without electricity
Phaunus wine is developed in Quinta do Casal do Paço, Arco de Valdavez, Portugal.
This dark, shallow cavern beneath the house, and operations are non-electric, entirely manual. Red grapes are foot-tread in a traditional Portuguese granite lagare. Pumps are worked by hand, very old-fangled and in wines are aged in amphora.
The wine label tries to communicate the old fashioned medieval way of the wine is produced with a little funny touch. The result is a collage illustration of a big machine inspired in Leonardo Da Vinci inventions controlled by the character which gives the name to the wine: Phaunus or Phaunos..