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    The first wine of Crasfeld series was created by Richard Crasfeld in 1920. The wine was packed in Art Deco style that was widely spread at the be… Read More
    The first wine of Crasfeld series was created by Richard Crasfeld in 1920. The wine was packed in Art Deco style that was widely spread at the beginning of the 20th century in North-American architecture.The design includes the logo and the pattern that looks like the shelves the wines are kept in. The main colors of the design are black and golden: black symbolizes a rare type of North-American grapes while golden the widely spread decorations of Art Deco. The package of the wine and the brand style remind us of the life of New York millionaires in 1920s, the way it is shown in the movie about “Great Gatsby”. However, the character of the design is not antique, it is contemporary and stylish, worthy of your attention. Read Less
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