It is an organically made wine from the Tempranillo grape made in La Mancha Spain. The name "Ricote" means - Ricote is a fictional character who is referred to in Miguel de Cervantes' novel Don Quixote. He was a wealthy (rico meaning "rich" in Spanish) Morisco shopkeeper and old friend of Sancho Panza, who was banned from Spain in 1609 like all Moriscos. The expulsion of the Moriscos was a highly topical issue at the time when "Don Quixote" was written - occurring in between the publication of the first part (1605) and the second one (1615).
Descripción de los usuarios potenciales del producto
Men and women ages 21-70
Atributos de estilo
Necesidades de diseño
Front label for the brand - the label should be lively and tell the story of Ricote - who is the Moor shopkeeper friend of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza - would be good to somehow include (a representation) him in the design. Good example of wine brands who use interesting narrative in labels are Dirty and Rowdy, Cruse Wine Co. Alfredo Maetro - black white and one color or 4 color
Lo que debe evitarse
There are a couple Don Quixote themed wines - please avoid looking similar. I did a "Don Quixote wine" and a "Sancho Panza wine" search then filtered by image to find these.
Dimensiones del envase / paquete
60 x 125 mm
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