Taylors Wines have released recently a vibrant, new look for its Promised Land range with contemporary Australian artist Catherine Abel marrying art, native Australian flora and wine in a fresh, reinvigorated design.
The Australian wine company said in a statement Promised Land Pinot Noir has been crafted to be quintessentially Taylors; uncompromising quality, easy drinking. The wine range has a combination of crisp whites that ooze freshness and delicately abundant reds.
Abel, a highly sought after fine art painter who has shown her works in Australia, France and the USA, was commissioned to bring the vision and the story of the Promised Land to life. The iconic seahorse, which has been a main feature on the label since the range launched in 1998, stands proud as a symbol of quality and excellence.
The significance of the seahorse icon dates back to the early days in Taylors Wine history when, whilst digging the first dam on the property, the family unearthed tiny fossilised seahorses. This extraordinary discovery confirmed the Taylor family’s belief in the promise of the land and its rich,
fertile soils which have been ideal for crafting award winning, world class wines.
Taylors Wines said it was named after a special parcel of land promised for sale in a handshake with a neighbour, the Promised Land range of wines are designed to be full of robust flavour accessible to any wine lover with a mix of varieties to suit any preference.
Taylors Promised Land range is available from most good wine retailers or online from www.taylorswines.com.au at RRP $14.