Mary Parker

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For my wine company Rind I wanted to create a wine and cheese pairing service. For each of the wines I decided to pair them through imagery. Each of the wine has a cheese that corresponds to it. I also wanted to make Rind an ecofriendly wine. I wanted to gear the company to this by making green packaging for the consumer to compost or recycle. I did this so my target audience would be late 20s to early 30-year-olds. If Rind were actually packaged and sold it would be priced at around $20 for the wine and the cheese together.