The mark consists of a representation of a woman standing up. The woman has red hair and is only covered by a white robe. She has a green grapevine leaf over her right ear. Her arms are raised up. In her right hand, she is holding a bunch of purple grapes. On the right side there is a representation of a grapevine, made up of purple grapes and green, orange, grey and brown leafs. On top of the woman's head appears the outer area of a white circle. The wording "La Buena Vid" in stylized yellow letters appears in the upper left corner of the drawing. In the central left part of the drawing appears the wording "Mas que Vinos" in yellow stylized letters positioned vertically. A plant appears in the lower left corner of the drawing. The area over which the word portions of the mark appear has a black background. The background of the rest of the drawing is green.
The color(s) green, purple, orange, white, red, brown, grey, black and yellow is/are claimed as a feature of the mark.
Mexican women, Bathing suits (women wearing), Vines, Daffodils, Grapes, Bales of hay or straw, Other decorations made of plants, Circles, plain single line , Rectangles divided once into two sections, Rectangles that are completely or partially shaded