Studio Spotlight: Swig Studio
by First name Last name on 09/28/2011 | 4 Minute Read
Swig is a boutique design studio working in a brick carriage house in the Hayes Valley neighborhood of San Francisco.
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"Being surrounded by an organic coffee microroastery, a high-end sake shop, world-class mixologists and a hipster German brewpub, we understand a thing or two about beverage consumers. At Swig we place high value on creativity and relationships. We rely on our experienced instinct to create distinctive and alluring beverage brands. From the first sip to the last, we are focused solely on our clients' success."
"Tres Agaves Tequila is an award-winning, 100% agave Tequila, estate-bottled for full, smooth taste at one of the last family-owned distilleries in Jalisco. The product lineup has been carefully designed to help people simply make the most delicious Margaritas on the planet. Swig was commissioned to bring this vision to life, drawing on classic Mexican cues but with an American ‘point-of-view’."
"When Crimson Wine Group took ownership of Domaine Alfred in fall of 2008, they decided to take it back to its original name — Chamisal Vineyards — to honor its place in Edna Valley history. It is this exceptional vineyard that we were privileged to rebrand and create its new place in time and importance. Swig had a significant palette to work from with Chamisal’s unique terroir and rich winemaking philosophy – all reflecting the natural characteristics of this remarkable estate."
"In 1881, Andrea Sbarboro founded the Asti Winery in northern Sonoma County, now the site for Cellar No. 8. After being shuttered to the public for nearly two decades, the lone winery in Asti, is again buzzing with visitors. Swig was asked to rename, rebrand and give tribute to the location where it all began. We embraced its historical importance with classic-modern typography and a nod to its California roots. Many “No.” copycat wines have come and gone, but the original Cellar No. 8 thrives in all its markets."