British magazine awards three design prizes to Leiria – Leiria Region


Gold, silver and bronze. Three prizes were won by Younik – Think for Action as part of the international “Harpers Design Awards 2020” competition, promoted by the British magazine “Harpers Wine & Spirits”.

The awarded labels: “Tonico”, “Marel” and “Manolito” Photos: Younik

The Leiria-based company has distinguished itself for the design of wine bottle labels, developed in partnership with Adega Marel, from Amareleja, Alentejo.

The British magazine awarded the medals to the wines “Tonico”, “Manolito” and “Marel”, in the category “Individual product” (individual product in Portuguese).

The white wine “Tonico”, launched this year, was the big winner of the gold medal “for the label inspired by the texture of the sculpture”, explains Younik, in a statement.

The wine “Manolito” received silver and bronze “Marel”. These are all ranges from Adega Marel.

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“Younik and Adega Marel have succeeded, through the labels, in giving body and volume to what is the motto of the cellar:” Our memory is in the wine “, adds the company of Leiria.

Contest labels are evaluated based on initial impact, target market concerns, and overall product aesthetics.

Younik is a spin-off of the DRT group, of the mold industry, and works in the areas of branding, digital, image production, industrial design and product engineering as well as design and the construction of stands.

Adega Marel aims to “recover and enhance” the tradition of producing sculpted wines, old vines and traditional grape varieties.

The magazine “Harpers Wine & Spirit” was founded in 1878, is based in the United Kingdom and focuses mainly on the beverage business, with particular emphasis on design.
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