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Vinos Balero

Contributed by Axl Gamez González on Jul 25th, 2017.
    Vinos Balero 1
    Source: vinosbalero.com http://vinosbalero.com/. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Balero is a Mexican wine from the grapes of the Valleys of Guadalupe y San Antonio de las Minas in Baja California, and made by the mixture of Cabernet Sauvignon, Tempranillo, and Merlot.

    The name and the pattern used is inspired by the iconic Mexican toy balero in two colour pallettes, one for white wine and the other for the red wine. This pattern, with the logo in Brandon Text, reflects its fresh spirit.

    Vinos Balero 2
    Source: vinosbalero.com http://vinosbalero.com/. License: All Rights Reserved.
    Vinos Balero 3
    Source: pbs.twimg.com http://vinosbalero.com/. License: All Rights Reserved.

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    1 Comment on “Vinos Balero”

    1. This great, Design by C+A Concept Design®

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    2. Nina Alex says:
      Apr 27th, 2021 2:15 pm

      The design is great but also – same as the one of the the Bulgarian wine Cherga. Coincidence? I don’t think so…

    3. it takes inspiration on Cup-and-ball (or ball in a cup) or ring and pin is a traditional children’s toy. It is generally a wooden handle to which a small ball is attached by a string and that has one or two cups, or a spike, upon which the player tries to catch the ball. It is popular in Spanish-speaking countries, where it is called by a wide number of names (including boliche in Spain and balero in most of Hispanic America), and was historically popular in France as the bilboquet. A similar toy with three cups and a spike called kendama is very popular in Japan and has spread globally in popularity.

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