WeinGoutte Focuses On What's Important: The Wine Itself

by Chloe Gordon on 04/07/2021 | 2 Minute Read

WeinGoutte is a natural wine brand based in Germany. The brand's name is a combination of the German word for winery, Weingut, and the French word for drop, Goutte. Each label is adorned with an icon that pulls inspiration from the stickers you'll find decorating your fresh fruit from the market. Each wine is also designed in the purest pastel colors that are both simplistic and sleek. The perfectly simplistic label allows you to focus on what's important (the wine) and forget about the rest.


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WeinGoutte is a natural wine project in Germany. By Emily Campeau and Christoph Müller. Emily is the Wine Director of Restaurant Candide in Montreal, since 2016 up to this day, working remotely from her home in Europe. She is also a week-end wine writer, her work is occasionally published in various magazines and web platforms in English and French. Christoph has studied Oenology and Viticulture in Neustadt, Germany, where he learned a lot of important stuff. He worked for Clemens Busch for a few years, before moving to Austria as a full-time member of the Weninger team, where he officiates as a cellar master.

The brand name is a combination of the German word Weingut (Winery) and the french word Goutte (drop). Inspired by those colorful heavily design-condensed fruit stickers, each new product will be branded in a unique fashion following a strong german-engineering way of displaying the informations.

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