"A first in the world of sake, this inaugural blend awakens the taste buds with a uniquenatural fresh acidity reminiscent of the elegance and verticality of the best white wines ofthe world."
Chartier has crafted a unique 2018 vintage Blend 001by finding the best harmony between Tanaka’s new Chartier-style sakes. The resulting aromatic sake explodes into a symphony of flavors from the first sip. Master blender François Chartier and toji Morikawa work closely together to chang
James Suckling Report Tuesday, October 15, 2019 "Australia’s most famous wine brand Penfolds has had an action-packed 175th anniversary year." https://www.jamessuckling.com/wine-tasting-reports/100-point-special-bin-111a-caps-off-175th-anniversary-year-penfolds/ They launched a collaboration Champagne project earlier in the year, delivered an exceptional collection of wines including a classically structured, 100-point Grange 2015 in August, and they have finished the year in
"A champagne worthy of celebrating our past, present and future." This launch symbolically celebrates Penfolds 175th anniversary and marks the start of a wonderful French and Australian wine alliance. To celebrate its 175th year, Penfolds unveiled Lot 1-175. To create this pioneering label, forceMAJEURE explored the two brands’ ranges and naming conventions to create an exceptional luxury design reflective of both Thiénot and Penfolds. To create the primary and secondary pack
Penfolds briefed forceMAJEURE to create the branding and the packaging for Penfolds Special Bottling, a new sub-brand of cross-category releases within the Penfolds portfolio. forceMAJEURE developed the branding and the distinctive graphic for both the primary and secondary packaging for each new expression to stand out as a premium and experimental offering. Inspired by both Penfold’s history of winemaking tradition and modern spirits experimentation, we created the Penfo
Dance in advertising and publicity campaigns is not new. For almost 40 years now, marketing and PR have been openly flirting with dance. From mass to luxury, in all genres and in all shapes and sizes. Back in 1983, Eram’s ladies having a perm under their dryer hoods perform an old-fashioned choreography with their legs to sell classic pumps for “only 149 francs.” Jean-Paul Goude makes everyone move with “La Poste” and a new style of ballerinas in an opera-rock that was quite