Art Gallery in Designer Bottles

Great Design + Good Bottle = Collectable bottles
These two top things were destined to find each other and speak the same common language. If it takes so long to master the liquid inside these amazing bottles and it is surly an art, it makes perfect sense for their container to be in the same league. Now many of the top liquor brands have partnered with top designers to create such amazing collectable bottles.You will find expensive cognac to an less known gins, and some of these collaborations may surprise you.

Louis XIII

Louis XIII

Louis XIII de Rémy Martin Cognac & Baccarat ($2,850)

Inspired by a metal flask lost on a French battlefield in 1569 and recovered centuries later, the elaborate decanter for this equally luxe cognac is designed and produced by Baccarat, the French maker of fine crystal. Like the up-to-100-year-old brandy it contains, the bottle melds luxury with just a touch of history.

 Chivas 18 Deisgner Bottle

Chivas 18 Deisgner Bottle

Chivas 18 by Pinnifarina (160)

Who knows style better than Italians? That’s why Chivas Regal asked for special editions of its 18-year-old Scotch whisky from famous car-design and engineering firm Pininfarina, whose talent is behind such classic autos as the Ferrari 330 and the Alfa Romeo Spider. There are three versions, which start at $160 for the metal-and-wood Limited Edition 1 and go all the way up to the $100,000, seven-foot-tall Mascherone.
David Yurman Patron Tequila

Patrón Tequila & David Yurman ($70):
If you love collecting tequila, This one’s for you. For the 2013 holiday season, Patrón enlisted Evan Yurman, chief men’s and timepiece design director for luxury jewelry designer David Yurman, to come up with a special top for its añejo tequila. The reusable stopper is modeled after the handguards of 18th-century Japanese samurai swords, and is made of zinc and gunmetal electroplating with 24-karat gold detail.


Anestasia Vodka & Karim Rashid ($39):

What’s inside the bottle may be a simple, classic vodka, but the company had world-renowned industrial designer and architect Karim Rashid come up with the bottle, which is made from recycled materials and looks like a giant icicle. It’s so stunning, you may never open it.


Patron Invites Fans to Give the Brand’s Iconic Bottles a second life




“The Art of Patron” Contest Celebrates Original Artwork Inspired by Patron Tequila Bottles

From the moment Patron tequila was first introduced, its glass bottle quickly became a symbol of the brand and its premium craftsmanship. It also has inspired artists to transform Patron bottles into handmade visual and functional arts. Recognizing the growing popularity of repurposing Patron bottles, “The Art of Patron” contest encourages fans and artisans across the country to share their artistic vision using Patron’s signature tequila bottles as inspiration for a chance to win $10,000 and national exposure.

“Expertly handcrafted, hand numbered and made from recycled glass, each Patron bottle is truly a work of art unto itself and can be utilized well after the spirit inside has been enjoyed,” said Jennifer Pisciotta , Patron’s vice president of marketing. “‘The Art of Patron’ contest is our first competition that officially recognizes and rewards the ingenuity of artists and innovators who are giving the brand’s distinct glass bottles a second life.”

About “The Art of Patron” Contest

From elaborate chandeliers to elegant vases, artists have reimagined and reworked Patron bottles into visually stunning and functional artwork for years. Now through April 30, Patron fans, who are 21 and older, can visit and discover how they can showcase their original Patron bottle artwork.

To enter “The Art of Patron” contest:

  • Create an original work of art or functional item that contains, is made from, or depicts any Patron bottle or component thereof
  • Visit and follow the links to the contest entry page
  • Register for free to become a Patron Social Club member (required to enter contest)
  • Complete and submit the required information
  • Upload a photo and a short essay (50 words or less) describing the artwork and the inspiration behind the piece
  • No purchase of Patron is necessary or required to enter or win the contest

A panel of judges will select up to 25 semi-finalists using the following criteria: overall creativity; unique use or representation of the Patron bottle; visual appeal; and the persuasiveness and appeal of the essay. Semi-finalists will be featured on the contest website for public voting to help select up to 10 finalists.

Each of the 10 finalists will receive $1,000. One lucky participant will be deemed the Grand Prize winner and will receive $10,000 and an opportunity for national exposure for their work of art.

For more information and to read the official rules, visit or scan the contest QR code located on Patron displays at participating retailers nationwide.

About Patron

Simply Perfect in every way, Patron tequila is an ultra-premium luxury white spirit that’s delicious on the rocks, and mixes flawlessly into most any cocktail. From the highest-quality Weber Blue agave plants grown in the highlands of Jalisco, Mexico, to the centuries-old distillation process, to the signed, handcrafted glass bottles, Patron is produced with unparalleled attention to detail. Imported and marketed by The Patron Spirits Company, brands in the portfolio consist of Gran Patron Burdeos, Gran Patron Platinum, Patron Silver, Patron Reposado, Patron Añejo, Patron XO Cafe (coffee liqueur), Patron XO Cafe Dark Cocoa (coffee and chocolate liqueur), and Patron Citronge (extra fine orange liqueur), as well as Pyrat Caribbean rums, and Ultimat ultra-premium vodka. For more information, please visit



Gran Patron Burdeos Tequila

Gran Patrón Burdeos Tequila

If you’re ready to take your celebratory boozing to the next level,
Gran Patron Buerdeos Tequila  ($535.00) is just the stuff. Distilled from the finest blue agave, this ultra-premium dark tequila is matured in a blend of American and French oak barrels and aged for a minimum of 12 months. It’s then distilled again in vintage Bordeaux barrels from France. Each unleaded crystal bottle comes in a black walnut box with a special corkscrew and a crystal bee stopper.