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Labels help present the quality of the wine before the cork is even removed.
Well, last year, as you can see, I just printed off some info on a black and white printer.   You can see the quality of the label I ended up with as well.     You can be the judge of which wine you'd rather drink without even removing the cork.  The label has quite a bit to do with pre-opening presentation.   It just says more about the quality of the wine inside.

I guess it shows and can be an indication of just how much effort and time you put into the wine, just by the quality of the label itself.  

 

What do I need?
Make one on your own with label making software, or have someone make one for you.      I also had to give my old color printer a good cleaning and a fresh cartridge.    Don't forget the foil caps, which really help dress up your bottle.  These come in a wide variety of designs and colors.   As you can see, the new labels I just made with the new software turned out great compared to my ugly ones from last year.   I did these all on my home color printer.  You can get downloadable software as well as the pre-made templates on the Internet.  Find out more in the suppliers page.   

Noontime Labels or Fourth & Vine are great companys with software and pre-made labels available.  I hope to have their software available here for demo downloads.   

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One of the guys at work wanted to redesign my labels and here's what he has in a preliminary stage:

 


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Wine Labels say so much about what is inside.
Labels say so much for your wine.  Why would you work so hard to make a wine that you're proud of, and then put a cheap home made label on it like I did last year when I was in a hurry.  Actually, I did mine that way to add to the originality of "home made" wine for an appreciation value.  I still don't know if it worked or not.  


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