Wine Labels

Wine labels are the first thing consumers notice about your product, make sure they speak to the quality and brand identity you have worked so hard to establish. The look and feel of your wine labels are an important part of your marketing and a chance to set your product apart from the competition. Quality wine labels allow small or new-to-market beverage producers to compete with big national brands. Create product recognition and resonate with your buyers when you choose Xinxing Label as your print supplier.

Our state-of-the-art flexo presses are ideal for efficiently printing long runs of high-quality wine labels. We offer the full range of embellishments for our flexo printed labels. We also have premium quality offset digital presses. Our offset digital process achieves an excellent print quality that is rich in color and detail. Our label embellishments include hot foil, cold foil, silkscreen, high build, emboss, textured coatings, special effect inks, and much more.

We have a collection of specialized materials to suit the unique challenges of wine labels. Whether you want an uncoated, textured, glossy, or unique material, we can help. Plus, our laboratory tests our materials and adhesives to ensure optimum presentation plus performance.

Why are the wine labels important?

  1. Branding: Wine labels help establish brand identity and create a connection between the wine producer and the consumer.
  2. Information: Labels provide essential information about the wine, such as grape variety, vintage, region, and tasting notes.
  3. Regulatory compliance: Wine labels must adhere to specific legal requirements, including information on alcohol content, allergens, and country of origin.
  4. Consumer decision-making: Wine labels play a crucial role in influencing consumer choices and preferences, making them an important aspect of the wine industry.


What is the scope of application of wine labels?

The primary application of wine labels is for the labeling of wine bottles. However, they can also be used in related contexts, such as:

  1. Wine tastings: Providing information on individual wines during tasting events.
  2. Wine packaging: Labeling wine boxes, crates, or other forms of packaging.
  3. Wine accessories: Labeling wine-related products or accessories, such as wine openers or decanters.
  4. Promotional materials: Creating customized wine labels for marketing campaigns, events, or gifts.

How to select the correct wine labels?

To select the correct wine label, consider the following factors:

  1. Material: Choose a label material that is resistant to moisture, temperature fluctuations, and abrasion, ensuring it remains legible and presentable.
  2. Adhesive: Select an adhesive that will adhere securely to the wine bottle and withstand the intended storage conditions.
  3. Design: Create an eye-catching, informative design that communicates your brand identity and the wine’s key attributes.
  4. Printability: Ensure the label material is compatible with your preferred printing method and produces high-quality, long-lasting results.
  5. Regulatory requirements: Make sure the wine label complies with all relevant legal requirements and industry standards.

What raw materials can be selected?

Various raw materials can be selected for wine labels, including:

  1. Paper: Classic choice for wine labels, available in various finishes, such as textured, matte, or glossy.
  2. Synthetic materials: Materials like polypropylene, vinyl, or polyester, which offer increased durability and moisture resistance.
  3. Foil or metallic materials: Foil or metallized papers that provide a premium, luxurious appearance.
  4. Biodegradable or sustainable materials: Environmentally friendly materials, such as recycled or compostable papers, for eco-conscious brands.

What should I pay attention to when pasting wine labels?

When pasting a wine label, consider the following tips:

  1. Surface preparation: Ensure the wine bottle is clean, dry, and free of dust, dirt, or grease for optimal adhesion.
  2. Temperature: Apply the label at an appropriate temperature, as extreme temperatures can affect adhesion.
  3. Alignment: Properly align the label to ensure a professional appearance and maximize its effectiveness.
  4. Application pressure: Apply firm, even pressure to the label to ensure it adheres securely and without bubbles or wrinkles.
  5. Storage conditions: Store unused wine labels in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight to prevent damage or degradation.
Item Detail
Size Produced on request, ranging 4MM * 4MM - 380MM * 450MM.
Raw materials Avery Dennison, UPM Raflatac, etc.
Production Process Printing, die-cutting, bronzing, laminating, direct printing, and other processes.
Sample Our current samples could be free. We have to charge you the samples fee if you need samples with your specific size/design. Also need your help to bear the freight.
Payment L/C, T/T, PayPal etc.
MOQ 1000 PCS. Low MOQ to Avoid Unnecessary Waste of Your Products and Money.
Production Time Generally 3-5 working days for small quantity. For big quantity orders, to confirm based on order quantity.
Package Stickers can be in roll or sheets, with several rolls/sheets in one clear bag, several bags/sheets in one brown carton.
Delivery 3-10 days by international express. By Air or Sea. We are a High-Level Contracted Partner of DHL, FedEx, UPS, and Other International Express Companies. Make the Goods Quickly, Efficiently and Low Cost to Reach Your Hands.
Our Advantages 18 years of production experience, high-quality assurance system, factory price.


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