by Elizabeth Freeman on 02/29/2016 | 2 Minute Read
If you're looking for a bottle of red to take with you to a fancy dinner, you might want to check "fil" out. Designed by Senyor Estudi, aged wine is packaged elequently with a chrisp white label. Gold is placed subtly in the name made to look like it's stitched into the label. The natural formation of bubbles produced by bottle fermentation manifests itself in a multitude of threads of tiny bubbles that give their name to ‘vi d’agulla,’ literally ‘needle wine’ – subtle and persistent on the tongue and the palate.
"The name Fil means ‘thread’ in Catalan."
"A fine line separates the worlds of wine and beer. Fil is a seam stitched between these two worlds. A sparkling wine made with a type of yeast typically used for brewing beer."
Photographer: Marc Roca http://marcroca.com
Designers: Lluís Serra and Mireia Sais
Designed by Senyor Estudi
Client: La Vinyeta
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