A personal brief to create wine labels for a fictional vineyard called 'Duftigmann'.
The name 'Duftigmann' includes the word "Duft", which means fragrance. The label borrows from perfume language to go along with the name by using the phrases heart and head note. The head notes of a perfume are its lighter, airier notes that you smell immediately, but also vanish quickly. The heart notes are the heavier, darker components of perfumes that develop after time and linger on. These descriptions fit a white and a red wine, ergo a brain and heart were used respectively.