Tasked with making a wine company, our group decided to take a throw a dart at the map approach. We landed in Hulunbuir, Mongolia. The bottle that I chose was a Sophia Rose, mainly for the shape of the bottle. My wine is called Vajra’s Bell which is named after a tradition in Tibetan Buddhism(Mongolia’s religion). The mountainscape that is located on the front label is from the Tibetan plateau that our whole group included in our label designs. The temple is a Mongolian temple that has been turned into a museum. The icons that are located on the design for the neck of the bottle is a popular Mongol symbol used by many artist.