Label design for Regina Viarum winery.
After exhausting the gold mines in the region of Las Médulas (Galicia, Spain), the Romans traveled to the shores of Sil River and devoted themselves to growing vines and winemaking, exporting it to Rome to sell it. They ended up calling this wine "liquid gold".
The design is inspired on the ancient history of the area: the days of Roman Empire. I wanted to "tell a story", so this story is the one of those who made, planned and used the ancient Via Appia, that goes across the area where the winery is located.