This logo gets designed for wine labels.
The main idea is to represent the (name of the) winery and the wine in a golden drop on a black background(But as we investigated we thought that the drop itself should possibly reflect a white background and should still look like it could be wine, not pure gold).
The vines or abstract vines of the older designs can be ignored. Thats nothing we think its worth for keeping.
We also ain't looking here for a comic-like or abstract design. It should be more glossy, elegant and express luxuriousness.
The drop itself should be more longish on its body, because we don't want a fatty drop. But also not a too tall one, so we don't need too much space on a label. Because we need to put the name of the winery above and the variety and wine name below. For this, both of our example pics give a good idea about the size and the shape of the drop.
And on the top of the drop we would like to have a slight S-shape to represent dynamism and vigor. Like the example label has(but this drop is too comic-like and therefore not very elegant).
We'd like to have the name above the logo in golden letters like the current design of the letters(but we would be open for another close but maybe more elegant style too). Currently the letters are in Humst777 bold and the W is in Arial bold. But if the drop is perfect and fits good to our current design, then there's no need to add this to your design.
The basic design and what we're asking for here to compare it with the other drafts is a golden drop. This is meant to be on the label of our top white wine and will be used to represent the winery in general
But the colour of the drop should be easily convertable to other colours for other wine types. Like a fresher white wine with a more brighter yellow and green reflexes.
The same for a rosé wine with a pink colour and redish reflexes.
Our fruity red wines get a red drop and our top reds should have a deep, darker red and blackish reflexes. But the other variants can be made after we've chose a sample design too.
If there is something where you say it doesn't make sense to design it like we thought it will look good in that way, please feel free to ignore some requirements and give your experience enough freedom for a better result. We're open for nice and stunning surprises.