Top 10 artists’ wine labels

The world of wine and art is a comfortable union, with the time and energy spent producing a fine bottle of wine comparable to a work of art. The creation of its label no exception.


While the liquid inside a bottle is of crucial importance, a wine’s packaging is of near equal importance, helping to communicate a brand’s identity, personality and quality.

With technology and retro labels currently gaining prominence in the world of drinks design, some producers have gone the extra mile, commissioning top artists to design their labels.

Château Mouton Rothschild was an early pioneer of art labels, commissioning artists including Salvador Dali and Andy Warhol every year since 1945 to design its labels, while contemporary artists such as Tracey Emin and Yoko Ono have also lent their talent to the world of wine.

Featuring some truly unique and striking designs, we round up 10 of our favourite wine labels designed by some of the world’s most prominent artists.

Click through to see our top picks…

One Response to “Top 10 artists’ wine labels”

  1. Stacy Behrens says:

    would you happen to know the artist for silver Oak wine label??i tried the company ,and not known..i have a piece of artwork with the silver oak wine bottle on table with the bottom it looks like M.Parson??? i have no idea but the painting on canvass is very well done..i can send picture if you can help

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