"I have been really impressed with the service, ideas and attention to detail that we received from Royston Labels. From the initial meetings where I explained how I wanted our brand ‘swash’ to look through to the wet proofing and finished labels. The whole team has been helpful, responsive and easy to work with. We have since gone back to Royston for gin labels (different design, still a textured, foiled logo) and new variant wine labelling. I would highly recommend Royston Labels." Sarah Partridge - Ashling Park
Royston Labels worked very closely with Ashling Park to create a truly unique effect on their labels. The brief was to replicate more closely the contours and texture of the name and branding which worked really well in digital forms but was not working on their current labels. We decided after looking at the very bespoke decoration needed on the labels that we should provide Ashling Park with a wet proof of the label and this was very useful to ensure that all elements on the final labels were going to really work well together and provide the wow factor the client wanted from the label. The Royston team managed to combine both digital printing and unique embellishment through textured foil blocking and embossing in order to achieve the desired result requested by the client.
Ashling Park is a 50-acre estate in the charming hamlet of West Ashling. It may be small - blink and you’re through it - but it’s a delightful place to call home, with the rolling South Downs on the doorstep and the sea just minutes away.
The Ashling Park Estate business is a real family affair, with everyone playing their part. Ashling Park Estate has to be one of the luckiest places in the whole of the South Downs. The loamy soil and sheltered position provide the perfect environment for growing Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier - the holy trinity of sparkling wine grapes.
And to supervise the magical transformation from vine to wine they have secured the services of Dermot Sugrue, one of the most talented (and award-winning) winemakers in the industry, if not the whole world.