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Sub-Zero Wine Campaign

subzerowine.jpgI have such a love hate relationship with advertising ~ i have always admired and loved beautiful creative ads. And then i started off despising them on websites, and was completely torn when it came time to integrate them into my sites in an attempt to have this fun side project carry its own weight. And now? Apparently, now i can get *jealous* over cool ads that *other* sites get. So any designers and media buyers out there ~ if you're ever feeling extra nice, help us get brilliantly designed campaigns to show off (and entertain our readers)! I must even admit there's a tiny part of me that wants to even start putting up ads that i think are gorgeous ~ just b/c its nice to see them on the site... (even if they aren't campaigns we landed) ~ silly isn't it?

Ok rant done. It's a weird friday. BUT here is the campaign i'm loving that triggered that little rant. I grew up with Sub Zero fridges, they always seemed larger than life when i was little... and it's great to see this playful microsite they created for their Sub Zero wine storage systems. They have some great animated imagery of the Enemies of Wine ~ 1. Heat 2. Light 3. Vibration 4. Humidity. See close ups below. And on interesting new "conversational marketing" ideas, nice to see a company like them embracing the blogging medium with their Sub Zero Wine Blog of "insights and advice on all things wine" featuring experts giving their tips.

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Wine Ratchet Magnum

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Wait - before we look at how fun this looks, lets start with the name. Wine Ratchet Magnum. Doesn't that make you want to play with it already? This is the "coming soon" latest in crazy corkscrews from Built NY (yes the neoprene everything cases guys).

"A travesty has fallen upon the world of wine, It has lost the beloved "POP" that gets one salivating in anticipation of a tasty treat. Well, for those wishing to forgo the mechanical levers and tricks, a new day has dawned. Our corkscrew makes opening a bottle of wine as much fun as emptying it."

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Tipsy Wine Bag

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Illu Stration by Mary-Ann Williams, the "Queen of Felt" has a gorgeous wine bottle - handbag - insulator "tipsy bag". Its a nice detail how the zipper runs up the strap, and would make a nice hostess gift or a nice way to tote a bottle of wine around for that picnic, etc.

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French Rabbit Wines

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Yes, it's probably hard to imagine yourself drinking wine that doesn't come from a bottle. I remember when boxed wines came out and they were (and still are) the butt of many jokes. Classic glass bottle = classy and traditional. But with stuff like the Sofia Mini enjoying some success or at least garnering interest from the young and chic set, maybe people are ready for something new. So here's the environmentally friendly wine label, French Rabbit. Their "vintage-dated wines, the first premium French wines in an eco-friendly Tetra Pak™ container, are sourced from sustainably farmed vineyards in the sunny Pays d’Oc region of Southern France."

According to the French Rabbit site, the container takes less energy to produce than a glass bottle, is 100% recyclable, weighs less so it can be shipped more efficiently, and you can also squeeze out air from the container so that the wine lasts longer. Pretty smart!

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Modern Twist VINOTAGZ

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Modern Twist's Vinotagz ~ 1. beautifully simply elegant 2. great materials (non-toxic silicone stem markers can even pencil a name on them ) 3. ingenious packaging - did you SEE that carrying case that you can slip on a bottle of wine?

Design*Sponge tipped me off on these this morning, and i just LOVE them, they are possibly the perfect gift to stock up on, for each and every time you bring wine to a party.

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