Every Friday afternoon we raise a glass with the packaging design experts at The Dieline and celebrate some of the best new boozy bottles to hit the shelves. Today we’re drinking:

‘Anama Vintage 2011, by The ‘Anama Concept
What happens when an oenologist meets a jewelry designer? We never thought about it before either, but the union resulted in an intellectual yet visceral identity for this Cyprus wine. The label of donut-shaped swatches creates a mood board that encapsulates the flavor, whereas the bottle, cork, and twine present the wine like a valuable scientific specimen—probably for the chicest lab ever.

Shinsegae Liquor, by Plus X
My love for stationery, liquor packaging, and Korean culture finally finds sanctuary in this delicate line of Korean craft liquor. Although the design forgoes the truly old-school ceramic bottles, this modern upgrade still evokes heritage with geometric crests and Hanji, a traditional Korean paper. With flavors ranging from white lotus to ginseng, the subtle look complements the light, natural flavors without feeling bland.

Winery Savina, by Lorem Ipsum Studio
Forget the typical winery scenery of pastoral backdrops and cottages. We’re embracing the ocean view, complete with palm trees. Inspired by the Boka Kotorska bay, glimpsed from Savina’s coastal estate, the designers at Lorem Ipsum Studio reimagine the landscape with a bold geometric design that’s equal parts playful and elegant.

Mac’s Beer, by Dow Design
Sometimes the most effective rebranding requires a light hand. With an enviable reputation as one of the pioneers of the craft brewing movement, Mac’s couldn’t just scrap every component of its iconic packaging. Dow Design kept the rip cap, ribbed neck, and shield-shaped labels, but ramped up the personality of each brew with a simple yet modern image and color system. Our favorite part of the redesign? The handy flavor scales on the side of each bottle.