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Drinks design agency Denomination won in six categories at Drinks International’s Wine Design 2018 awards, as well as the overall Supreme Champion for the second year running.

Denomination won 11 of the 21 medals awarded, including the Supreme Champion prize for its work on House of Cards Sparkling.

The company also secured a gold award in the New Design of a Wine Brand (individual product) for its work on Yalumba's The Caley Cabernet Sauvignon.

There were also silver medals for Denomination’s work on Hootenanny Sauvignon Blanc in the New Design of a Wine Brand (individual product), Taylors Sparkling in the Design for Sparkling Wine (individual product), and T'Gallant in the Design for Sparkling Wine (product range).

Finally, Denomination received a bronze award in the New Design of a Wine Brand (individual product) for Elsewhere Vineyard Pinot Noir.

Award entries were judged by a panel comprising wine retailers, wine writers, designers, art directors and PR and marketing specialists, led by Drinks International editor Christian Davis.

They were looking for how well entries executed on their objectives and the initial impact of their work, together with its originality, creativity, innovation and relevance to its target market.

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