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Hi all,

Do you all know a source for high-quality professional wine labels? I've got a design already made, just looking for a label provider to print/order from. I'm looking for this to be as professional as possible (i.e matte paper, weatherproof, pressure sensitive etc.) I only need 25 - which may limit my options.

Curious to know your solutions and thoughts!

-RJ
 
Hi all,

Do you all know a source for high-quality professional wine labels? I've got a design already made, just looking for a label provider to print/order from. I'm looking for this to be as professional as possible (i.e matte paper, weatherproof, pressure sensitive etc.) I only need 25 - which may limit my options.
* Evermine.com
* GrogTag.com
* Noontime, ,,, he is a WMT sponsor
* buy a pack of Arvey labels and run it on a color xerox at an office store (lots of choices range from clear plastic to water resistant
 
I create labels with Avery Design & Print, and as taking them to Staples for printing, although I purchased a Brother color laser printer so I print my own. I purchased my own media so I chose exactly what I wanted.

If you can save the labels to PDF or JPG/PNG, any of the above vendors can print the labels.
 
Check out Stoney Creek Wine Press. I've tried all the options suggested above and I settled on these guys for the past 3 years. The quality is outstanding and the prices are affordable in small quantities.
Personalized and Custom Wine Labels - Stoney Creek Wine Press
We used Stoney creek on the last couple batches we had made. Came out beautiful. And I used noontime many times in the past.

Both equally professional. Both offer your choice on matte or gloss and waterproof or not. I would vouch for either site any day. They both supply endless templates so you could adapt yours to an existing template or just simply upload your entire image. My only concern with that is you might lose quality just uploading entire label as a jpeg rather than using the texting tools on the platform.

I just remembered actually no. Scratch that. Im fairly certain I did exactly that. Created the label myself as it own JPEG and plugged into a template. On noontime labels. Worked out perfect. Was an old dragons blood I made. (Was a badass label too. I’ll find one and edit the image into this post)

Both Stoney creek and noontime also had great customer service too btw
 
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