Spirits & Wine

Saint and Sinner Wines: South Australia

Take a sassy idea, clever marketing with brand engagement, add a range of wines from Australia, and you have a concept with for an eye-catching label.

At last month’s Sydney Food and Wine Fair, we spotted a range of wines from South Australia. Saint and Sinner Wines drew our attention when the Saint, wearing angel wings, and the Sinner, in devil’s horns paraded past us towards their stall.

Sydney Food and Wine Fair 2010
Saint and Sinner Wines from Adelaide Hills

They explained that wine is often described the way women are characterised, so the people behind S&S took the idea further and developed a range of Calling Cards where each wine relates to a different woman.

Just like when you meet a woman and you wish to engage with her, every wine has a number that you can SMS to find out more information, get saucy images and special offers, thereby engaging with the brand.

Sydney Food and Wine Fair 2010

Saint and Sinner Wines: Pinot Gris from Tasmania, Syrah from McLaren Vale, Cabernet Sauvignon from Wrattonbully, Savvy Blanc and Pinot Noir both from the Adelaide Hills

As a leg man, Mr G had a taste of the “Assertive & Alluring” Mistress Pinot Gris, who promises “divine pleasure” on her Calling Card. Meanwhile, I had my eye on the “busty and ripe” curvaceous brunette who goes by the name of Syrah.

I’m not sure if this kind of marketing has a broad appeal but we were drawn to the fresh take on wine labelling and colourful packaging. After all, bringing a bottle of this wine to a dinner party is guaranteed to fire up conversations.

Sydney Food and Wine Fair 2010 Sydney Food and Wine Fair 2010
Saucy Labels from Saint and Sinner Wines

Website: http://www.saintandsinner.com.au/


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Corinne Mossati

Corinne Mossati is the Founder/Editor of popular online magazine Gourmantic and Cocktails & Bars, a website dedicated to cocktail culture and the discerning drinker. She is named in Australian Bartender Magazine’s Top 100 Most Influential List since 2013, is a member of The Academy responsible for judging the World’s 50 Best Bars. She has also judged the inaugural Australasian Whisky Awards and various national cocktail competitions.