Quinta Maria Izabel Glou Glou
Quinta Maria Izabel Glou Glou is a homage wine, a special product launched by Quinta Maria Izabel, a wine company from Douro with products internationally recognized for its superior quality. The image signed by the Portuguese agency, presents an innovative character, reinforced by the strong identity created by the Portuguese agency to emphasize the unusual nature and boldness of this edition. It is a different wine, that allies several friends, different arts and two cities (Oporto and Lyon) and that honors and does justice to the region that has seen its birth at the hands of the reputable winemaker Dirk Niepoort – the Douro region. With a central positioning on the labeling of this edition, the painting that pays homage to Nini, the Jójó’s three-legs female dog, elaborated by Jakè, a street artist, is highlighted not only by its positioning but by the surroundings as well. The 360º sleeved labels mirror the original works of Jakè who, during a trip to Oporto, utilized an ancient dictionary bought from a used bookstore to apply as the background image of these unique pieces. “Glou Glou”, by its turn, is the famous expression that Jójó proclaims, invariably, whenever he opens a bottle. Inspired by this story, the agency was challenged to create something different and innovative and to give life to this narrative through contemporary and bold packaging, in which each bottle contains an illustration and is adorned by the manual effect of a dictionary paper that is embracing it, granting it with a highly distinctive aspect. The sealing wax and the remaining materials and finishing chosen by the agency, as varnish, modeling relief, pasted fine paper and the vibrant colors selected, ensure and reinforce the premium positioning of this edition. This wine, which has travelled the world while diffusing the memories of Nini by its storyteller Jójó, alongside the art of Jakè and the mastery of Dirk Niepoort and Quinta Maria Izabel, is available in two different versions that can be seen as collecting and that are only different in terms of colors.