We’re pretty excited here at Noontime Labels. We love autumn, with the cooler weather that says winter is coming. And we have some big plans in the works for next year, so we’re that much closer to a big announcement.
But before we get ahead of ourselves, we wanted to show off our featured custom wine label for September: Continue reading
Wondering what to get the home winemaker on your gift list? Trying to drop hints about what you’d like to receive? Either way, we’re here to help! We’ve put together a holiday gift guide of ideas for useful (and unusual) gifts for the winemakers and wine lovers on your list.
Check out some of the items we found:
Rapid Ice Cooler Sleeve – Mrs. Noontime got me one of these a couple of years ago, and I use it all the time! It’s simple, just store the sleeve in the freezer and pull it out when you need it. It’s perfect for keeping a chilled white wine cool while you savor it. It also helps quick chill wine when you want to pop open a bottle but forgot to stash it in the fridge to chill first. This is the sleeve I haveand there are several other options available at Amazon.com.
Want to make a statement at your wedding reception, without going overboard on your budget?
Here’s an easy, economical way to make your own mini champagne wedding favors or party favors using personalized wine labels and mini champagne bottles. One of a kind and elegant, your guest will love them!
Wedding Wine Favor
All you’ll need are mini champagne bottles for each guest, and custom wine labels for the bottles.
Remove the front label on a mini champagne bottle. In the photo above, we used a 187 ml bottle of sparkling wine. You can buy mini champagne bottles by the case at your local wine retailer. (Don’t forget to get a few extras!)
Whether or not you celebrate Valentine’s Day, there’s something about February that makes everyone get kind of starry-eyed and mushy. Can you feel the love in the air? We can! That’s why we’re showing off our new romance-inspired custom wine labels.
Check out new our You & Me label series, available in three different options:
Here’s another view of these simple, whimsical designs. Click on the images for a larger look, or go to our label gallery to place your order for Merlot, Viognier, or Cabernet Sauvignon.
A custom wine label for your homemade wine is the perfect way to show off your bottles. And what could be more custom than your own photo on the label?
We offer two easy ways to create photo wine bottle labels.
One way is to go to our Label Gallery and select one of our Upload Replacement Photo designs. This allows you to upload your own image file to replace the existing graphic.
The other way is to select Upload Your Photo. These templates are designed to frame the photo you upload.
Most commercial bottles of wine have both a front and a back label. Two labels on your homemade wine gives you an opportunity to show off your artwork and design on the front, while using the back label to give the drinker some more information about your wine.
Yet many home winemakers don’t put a back label on their wine. After speaking with several people, I’ve discovered one of the top reasons why they don’t use a back label is they just don’t know what to say.
Would you like to give your homemade wine or beer to friends and family for the holidays? Of course you would! You’ve put a lot of care, effort, and time into your hand-crafted beverages. Everyone on your list will appreciate homemade wine or beer, and this is a great time to show off your creations to those you love.
It’s easy to give homemade wine for gifts during the holidays. Dress up your bottles with custom labels for wine and beer, and you’re good to go!
You know that I am all in favor of labeling your wine. I’ve talked many times about how personalized wine labels will make your wines more enjoyable.
But don’t just take my word for it. Listen to Science! I recently read a couple of scientific studies that back up the fact that beautiful wine labels make better wine. Here they are:
In one study, wine drinkers were given a mid-range bottle of wine that was labeled as table wine. Later they were given the same wine, but this time it was labeled as Grand Cru.