Your bottle sizes for homemade wines affects the type of custom label you put on your wines.
You see, I spend a lot of time thinking about labels, and how custom labels will look on wine bottles of different sizes.
A while back, I made a cheat sheet for bottle sizes. This makes it easy for me to answer customer questions about their wine bottles and the appropriate label size.
It’s been so helpful to me that I decided to make it look nice and share it with you. So here’s a handy chart with bottle sizes for homemade wines you can reference when you’re choosing labels.
This chart has standard bottle sizes, and how much flat space is available for the label on each one. *Please note, bottles may vary in actual size. This chart is a guideline of common sizes. Always measure your wine bottles to be sure.*
Now you can refer to this cheat sheet when you need to pick a label size. Bookmark this page so you can come back here when you want.
I also made a handy PDF file. You can download it and save it to your computer, or print it out and keep it with your bottling supplies.
Here you go:
If you are like me and use recycled bottles for your homemade wine, this chart will be a big help. Even if you’re using different types of bottles, you can quickly figure out what size of custom bottle label you need.
I hope you find this chart useful!
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