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In a collaborative celebration, Handpicked Wines has created two bespoke wines with the popular Australian clothing label Gorman.

The wine labels have been designed by Gorman as a part of a two-week pop-up exhibition at Melbourne's Heide Museum celebrating the fashion label's ten year's of collaboration.

This is Lisa Gorman’s first foray into food and beverage, and the labels on the limited-edition Pinot Noir and Chardonnay bottles were created by Gorman's long-time collaborator Beci Orpin and feature a signature Gorman oatmeal-toned background with bold black and pink print.

The wines are from Handpicked’s flagship Capella Vineyard in the Mornington Peninsula and have been developed in conjunction with Handpicked winemaker, Peter Dillon, to reflect the fun and bold style of Gorman and its Victorian provenance.

“We love building relationships with like-minded businesses and exploring the connections between wine and the creative process. Most of our collaborations happen organically and we’ve been working with both with Heide Museum and Gorman for a number of years,” Handpicked Wines marketing manager Imogen Hayes said.

“The wine always comes first, and we are excited to add two new Mornington Peninsula wines with incredible quality yet an accessible price point for the region. There was also an undeniable synergy between Gorman and Handpicked that we’re so pleased to bring to life through this new project,” Hayes said.

The limited-edition Pinot Noir and Chardonnay are available at the cellar door of Handpicked Wines in Sydney's Chippendale or online, $28.99 each.

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