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Pilot Project

by Theresa Christine Johnson on 01/04/2016 | 2 Minute Read

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I’m normally not one for sweet wines, but I’d love to give Pilot Project a try. These darling bottles are available in Cherry Moscato, Blueberry Moscato, and Blackberry Cider — wonderfully fruity flavors that are adventurously different than the typical choices.

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The small-batch, limited edition drinks are made at Oliver Winery in Bloomington, Indiana, and they thrive for experimentation with their offerings. Designed by Bryan Todd, the small, clear bottles are certainly a different way to store moscato (usually found in wine bottles), and the detailed and signed labels further contribute to the special experience that is drinking a Pilot Project cider or wine. Although each flavor is unique, the line looks perfect together, with the red and pink coloration of the beverages making them perfect to enjoy just one of or all three. Pilot Project uses a sans serif font on the front label along with a font that looks handwritten, making each bottle feel special. They also embrace social media, including the hashtag #owtastetest on the bottle and encouraging drinkers to share their thoughts.

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Designed by Bryan Todd

Country: United States

City: Louisville

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