Every Friday we raise a glass to celebrate some of the best new boozy bottles to hit store shelves. Last week we reveled in sun-bleached pastels from the desert, and today we continue our ode to the outdoors by unearthing the brightest, punchiest hues produced by nature. So put your sunglasses on for summer’s wildest colors, from zesty lemon yellow to “turn it up” turnip (a.k.a. purple).

Yamas, by Kommigraphics Design Studio
If this casually lounging lemon is not your summer spirit animal, you need to reassess your life. With a charmingly simple illustration and plenty of white space, the packaging has just enough color to convey a bubbly effervescence. Plus, who can say no to a packaging that captures the relaxing vibes of Santorini’s beaches?
(Via The Dieline)

Ginabo, by M&A Creative Agency
Didn’t think turnip could look sexy? Never say never. Inspired by one of nature’s unsexiest root vegetables, the simple leaf pattern of seafoam green and rich pinks gives this gin a polished look—without abandoning its humble origins.
(Via Packaging of the World)

O/O Brewing S/S 2015, by Lundgren Lindqvist
Fashion lines have spring summer collections, so why shouldn’t beers? These bottles run the full gamut of nature’s eye candy—flaunting regal gemstones from deep within the earth, soft floral hues of wilting petals, and even the verdant branches crowding out the forest sky—yet still keep to the collection’s unifying nature theme.

Edelbrand Series, by Espacioblanco
There’s something bizarre about a colorless bottle of wine. But by dipping each bottle into saturated dyes of deep purple, fuchsia, and sunny yellow, we get a visual cue of the drink’s notes. Of course the unique look of each bottle, from the distinct paint splatter to the unintentional ombré effect, adds to the lush, handmade feel.
(Via Packaging of the World)