Monday, August 31, 2009

Your Pooch on wine label

We get many request for personalized wine labels featuring the dog of the house.
Awesome fun with your dogs photo, makes for wonderful personalized wine labels.

Sunday, August 30, 2009

Golden Labrador Personalized Wine Label

Personalized wine label featuring your best friend!

Send us the name of you Lab and we'll customize a wine label for your own cellar.

Friday, August 28, 2009

New Monogram Custom Wine Label will personalize this label for any occasions.

Buy custom wine labels with wine or labels only.

Personalized wine labels make a great gift!

Mini-Wine Labels—What Works Best?

Brides, are you looking for mini-wine bottle labels for your wedding? These small bottles look amazing at your reception and are perfect for guest welcome baskets. Adding your own personalized wedding label completes the look.

The standard size of our mini (187ml) label is 2.75” high by 3.25” wide. To make sure it will work for you, cut out a piece of paper with these dimensions, wrap it around your bottle and check the height and width. If you are trying to cover an existing label, measure and give us the exact size you are trying to cover, we'll do the rest to make you look good. Our labels are crack and peel with an self-adhesive backing.

You’ll find a large selection of wedding label designs on our wedding label page. Once you are on this page you can select the label with the colors or design that will compliment your wedding. It only takes a few moments to add your personalized message.

If you have any questions about our label products for weddings or any other special occasion, call us on our toll free line 1.800.411.3732, Monday through Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM Pacific Time. We will be happy to assist you with any questions regarding mini-labels, wedding wine labels or any else we may help you with.

Thursday, August 27, 2009

New Vineyard Collection Wine Label

Personalize this label with your family name or company.
Great personalized wine label for any occasion!


You can have your own private label on your wine or choose from our wine list with just a few simple steps. First you must decide if you want a label that is completely customized, or if personalizing one of standard design label from categories will suit you. You make the choice and we provide the tools to make it happen. Here are the three options available:

You Design & Submit a Label

To start the process of submitting your own customized label design, you need to decide on the wine, or for labels-only, which label size you need. Please follow our digital artwork file requirements. If you choose from our standard designs, click on labels only or labels and wine. Continue through the order process. Once your order is received we will email a label set up for your review and approval. You can make changes until happy with it.

We Design a Label for You

Starting from a blank white label can be a little intimidating even for a seasoned designer, but for most people this is completely overwhelming. Relax; we have designers that can create a label for you using your text, logo, photo, and color scheme. All of your information can be sent in digital format via email to our production department, where a label proof will be assembled for you. We ask that you follow our digital format requirements found on our Artwork Specs page. For example, we can't print a sharp label if you send in a small 14 pixel logo in 72 dpi resolution! We need a resolution of 300 dpi for all logos and photos. What looks good on your computer screen will not look good in print. Once your label is done, you will be emailed a proof to review and approve. Then your label goes to print. This service has an artwork fee of $50.

You Choose a Label from our Standard designs.

No need to worry about designing a label. We have given you lots of choices for label backgrounds. All you need to do is add your very own words. We have arranged our labels according to occasion types, but you can use any background that works for your special occasion. Once you add the words you want to a label you have created your own custom design. There is a $25.00 set up fee for this service (set up fee include USPS priority shipping).

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

How To Remove Wine Labels

Removing existing wine labels before you add your custom wine label will create a clean look on your wine bottle. To help you, here are some tips on removing existing wine labels.

The method you decide to use for removing an existing label depends on what was used originally to attach the label to the bottle. There are two basic ways wine labels are adhered to bottles. First, is adhesive, a pressure sensitive or what is commonly called a "sticker" label, used with most wines; or glue, generally found on European wines. After you figure out what kind of label you have (see Step One), take the appropriate steps to remove it.

Step One for Both Label Types:
Use a fingernail or razor to raise the corner of the label. If the back, or inside, of the label is sticky, follow the steps for "sticker" labels. If the label back is NOT sticky, follow the steps for "glued" labels.

Step Two:
For "sticker" wine labels, the next step is to run the hottest water you can over the label to make removal easier and quicker. Let the bottle stand in water up to the top of the existing label for a few minutes.

Step Three:
Test the label to see if it's ready to be removed by carefully sliding a razor under the label edge to start. If it comes up easily, you will be able to gently pull the label off in a large section.

Step Four:
Thoroughly dry the bottle and apply your new custom label from

Step Two:
For a "glued" wine label, place the bottle in warm water in a container deep enough to cover the bottle above the label. Let it stand until the water begins to cool.

Step Three:
Test the label to see if it's ready to remove by carefully sliding a razor under the label edge. If it's ready, you will be able to pull the label off. When you peel the label off, it may begin to separate with some of the label remaining stuck to the bottle. Take a razor and use it to start peeling the label from the other side.

Step Four:
Thoroughly dry the bottle and apply your new custom label from

Friday, August 14, 2009

Etched Wine Bottle - Happy Birthday Fireworks

Capture a special birthday year in this timeless Happy Birthday fireworks design.


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Friday, August 7, 2009


Etched wine bottles for your wedding.
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