Things are a little different at Myrtaceae Winery. There’s a new label, new signage and a sensational new piece of sizeable art to marvel at when you step inside the cellar door. Myrtaceae’s elegant fresh look has an Art Deco-inspired style, with a stylised golden flower placed against the backdrop of teal. The deceptively simple logo represents the Myrtaceae or myrtle family of plants and works wonderfully with the new colour palette.
Julie explains. “We were ready for a refresh. I’ve always loved the Art Deco period and our feature wall beautifully captures the elegance of that era. The new branding, which includes a beautiful label, now appears on two vintages of chardonnay and pinot noir. More landscaping has been undertaken in the last year which further adds to the ambience and visitor experience.”
Myrtaceae is also home to the Selwyns Fault Rosé, which was the highest scoring Rosé at the 2018 International Cool Climate Wine Show.
If you’d like to experience some Art Deco magic this Winter Wine Weekend or any time throughout winter, visit Myrtaceae Winery, where history, flavour and the ‘wow’ factor walk hand in hand.
A: 53 Main Creek Rd, Red Hill
T: 5989 2045