Legend has it that one night in Hvar, a moment of coincidence connected wine connoisseur Bozen Rumenic and wine maker Tonci Marijan. Merging two worlds into one bottle, two vineyards, 143 kilometres apart. Years of hard work, excellence, love of wine, and one moment of coincidence at a restaurant created this limited series of exquisite wine called “Slučajno” (“By chance”). Its blend, author, approach and character is quite unexpected, so this wine needed a different approach of design execution. It follows the birth of the wine from the start — from the moment the first grapes were picked near Zadar, told by subtle relation of paper and foil; to ageing in oak barrels of Hvar and its grapes, forever engraved in glass.
Plantin was an obvious, more classical choice, to depict the old roman town of Zadar, and through tests it just showed an unexpected feel, like the wine. Styrene was a much needed sans counterpart, used in Medium size, to trap that blue hue, inspired by the Adriatic encompassing island of Hvar. Designed by Beton design agency in Zagreb, Croatia, 2019.