Eleven has worked with alcohol delivery service Jimmy Brings and Spotify to launch three limited edition wines that marry perfectly with music.
The Songmelier Edition range features an Australian sparkling, sauvignon blanc and reserve shiraz, each paired with a Spotify playlist accessible via a code on the label. Wine lovers can simply scan the code using the Spotify app to discover the tunes behind the tannins.
Each playlist features some of Spotify’s most unusual microgenres, including ‘Bubblegum Trap’, ‘Aussietronica’, ‘Chillwave’ and ‘Electrofox’, curated to complement the characters of each drop.
Jimmy Brings co-founder Nathan Besser said: “No dinner party is complete without wine and music, so we decided to help relieve the stress of hosting friends.
“The Songmelier Edition gives our customers everything they need to create a night worth remembering: perfectly paired wines and music.”
Sophie Paterson, head of communications at Spotify in Australia and New Zealand, said: “Great music and great wine go hand in hand, so it was only right we brought the two together in this unique way.
“The Songmelier Edition allows Aussies to tap into Spotify’s rich catalogue of music to discover new sounds and genres they may have never heard before for their next night in, or out”.
The range was launched by Aussie TV personality and music connoisseur Kate Peck in an interactive wine tasting, full of fun banter and new discoveries.
To coincide with the Songmelier Edition launch, Jimmy Brings is now delivering in Melbourne.
The Songmelier Edition wines will be available to order via the Jimmy Brings app, website or 1800 JIMMYS in both Sydney and Melbourne for a limited time.
Clients: Jimmy Brings and Spotify Australia
Beauty YouTuber James Charles has had his YouTube account demonetised after allegations surfaced that he sexted minors. Charles has more than 25.5 million subscribers on YouTube, where he gained popularity for his makeup videos. He is worth an estimated US$22 million. Since February, a number of boys under the age of 18 have accused Charles […]
In his latest guest post, B&T regular Robert Strohfeldt skewers marketers’ latest buzzword – purpose… I used to flick through the various newspapers cartoons each day – reckon it would be tough trying to create a cartoon each day, based on a major news story, that is both funny and insightful. Since the PC mob […]
MILO Cereal has launched its first major marketing campaign for its newly launched Protein cereal, via independent creative communications agency Connecting Plots. Building on MILO’s brand message of fuelling active kids, the new campaign platform, ‘Beast Mode – Activated’, evolves the master brand’s focus on team sports. This aims to celebrate how MILO Protein helps […]
Flight Centre has unveiled a new look and a global brand campaign that poses a tongue-in-cheek challenge to Aussie travellers. The launch also marks the brand’s first global campaign across Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Canada and South Africa, highlighting Flight Centre’s collective travel expertise. Created by Flight Centre Australia’s in-house creative team, ‘There’s Nowhere […]
It's even more photos from Thursday's 30 Under 30! Re-live all the action, the bad dancing and the stodgy paella here.