If you want to add some flare to a party, wedding, or even your holiday gifts, you might consider a custom wine label. There are many options online. Some companies sell just labels for you to place on the bottle. Others offer a selection of wines, and they apply the labels, while a few wineries will customize their wines with your labels.
Here are just a few custom label options we uncovered.
Stoney Creek Wine Press
This company does one thing: makes custom wine labels. They have an extensive list of pre-designed labels with space to allow you to customize the label with words or pictures. Labels vary in price, but some are in the $0.30 to $0.40 per label range. The company also sells beer labels and tracks orders so you can reorder or re-customize.
Bottle Your Brand
You can label your own water or wine with this very affordable option. Some custom wine labels are as low as $0.13 a label.
This site is one-stop shopping. You design a label, choose a wine from an international selection (Chilean, French, and domestic offerings), and order your wine. Pricing varies.
If you don’t want to take the time to stick an actual label on your favorite wine, but you want to customize it, this company creates personalized tags, coasters, and wine boxes which will do the trick.
Save a step and buy customized labels direct from a winery. Here’s a couple we found that add a fee to your wine order to create specialized labels for you.
Millbrook Vineyards & Winery
This Hudson River winery in New York State produces sparkling wine, merlot, a selection of pinot noirs, chardonnay, and cabernet franc, labeled for holidays, weddings, or for corporate events. The labels cost $24 per case, with volume discounts.
Washington State winery offers three red blends and three white choices with custom labels. They have an artist to do the designing or allow customers to mail in their own design. A fee of $85 will be added to an order for custom labels.
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