(Re)Discover Wine

Access limited run wines from the greatest winemakers of our time.

Wine meets design

In the spirit of creative freedom, each winemaker is paired with an equally iconic artist to break most (all) of the rules. From the label, to the cork, to the wine inside the bottle, every element is crafted to provide the ultimate drinking experience.

Maker winemaker
Winemaker
Pax Mahle
Maker designer
Designer
Meg Hunt

Wine
JET SET JUNGLE

Pax Mahle is one of the founding fathers of Syrah in California. He’s a fervent believer in exploring extremes and strives to, “bottle wildness.” Illustrator, Meg Hunt, imagined her label as a surprise—part leopard, part tiger, and full of energy bursting from the bottle.

Jet Set Jungle was fermented in concrete by whole cluster carbonic maceration and was inspired by the light, fruit driven wines of the Beaujolais region of France.

Try it with: Crusty baguette, Camembert, and country ham.

Maker winemaker
Winemaker
Andy Erickson
Maker designer
Designer
Jessica Hische

Wine
Interessante

Andy Erickson is one of Napa’s most celebrated winemakers. Interessante is unlike anything he’s ever made before. This collaboration started with a Spring picnic at Andy’s rustic country property and continued with a trip to Jessica Hische’s studio in San Francisco.

If you like aromatic dry white wines that are rich and full, Interessante will knock your socks off.

Try it with: fresh seafood, chicken mole, or a sunny afternoon.

Our Approach

Experiment

Barrel + Ink invites renowned winemakers to indulge their inner virtuoso. Their creations defy traditional wine definitions.

Craft

Big companies make boring wine. We work with industry icons whose passion, process, and talent have been refined by decades of experience.

Discover

Great wine should be a right, not a privilege. Barrel + Ink gives you an insider guide to the little journey wine can take you on.

Display

There are no rules inside or outside of our bottles. Our artists do whatever they want with our labels, and the results belong in a frame.


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