Are your bottles labelled? I always like to see how it works on the bottle.
I finally labeled the wines I bottled in November and December. I've had the labels prepped to print, but could not
get them to print properly on the color laser I purchased (Brother MFC-L3750CDW). Side margins printed fine, but the top and bottom margins were large and compressed the print so it didn't fit on the labels.
I frigged with it off-n-on since then, prepped 3 times to take the files to Staples to print, but kept going to get the printer to work. I searched online for solution but found nothing. The other day I got on chat with a Brother rep, which went no place. She said she'd research and be back in a few minutes. 20 minutes later I was disconnected for no activity, then got an email saying I disconnected.
While on their site, I downloaded a new print driver, and it worked!!! I labeled 170+ bottles over 2 evenings. [For those not into technicals, a "driver" is a program that the operating system (Windows 10) uses to talk to a device (laser printer).]
My son will be taking his 2 cases home and I'll be delivering my niece's 4 cases later this summer. This leave me with a LOT of wine ...
The Super Tuscan AKA Dark of Night background is a photo taken by @Kraffty
, used with his permission. Unfortunately, the resolution of the label making program (Avery's Design & Print) made the photo muddy in comparison to the beautiful original, but it still makes a good label.
The Rhone's background is a painting from the Rhone valley, and the Port background is a dancer I found online. This one I had to stretch the background to fill the label, which I did with Paint.NET. I think Adobe does a better job of stretching, but the cost of Adobe makes me say "no".