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What kind of paper is used for wine labels?

What kind of paper is used for wine labels?

The traditional choice for a wine label, paper facestock evokes a classic, natural look. Brand managers can choose linen-type paper, paper with a rough, organic texture, or paper with a velvety feel — each creating a signature look and feel on the bottle. Paper also lends itself as an excellent blank slate for details.

How much does it cost to print wine labels?

To print the individual label itself is $5 per label + tax. The total combined cost for one Winery designed label + printing is $20 + tax.

Are wine labels glossy or matte?

Many wine labels are matte, giving them an Old World feel. Meanwhile, a marketing strategy that emphasizes modernity may benefit from glossy labels, which catch the eye better than anything else. Think about how the colorful, shiny labels on soft drink bottles stand out amid all the other options.

How do you make wine labels?

What should be on a wine label?

  1. a colorful or otherwise eye-catching background.
  2. the wine company logo and tagline.
  3. the name of the wine.
  4. the location of the vineyard.
  5. the website of the company.
  6. the ABV.
  7. the year the wine was produced.

What size label do I need for a wine bottle?

3.5” x 4”
The label size depends on the length and width of the bottle. The classic 3.5” x 4” fits most wine bottles, but a 4” x 4” square label is a modern and elegant choice.

Is gloss or matte better for labels?

When printing full-color shape labels, we often advise printing on a gloss paper or poly, rather than a matte stock. Glossy substrates hold the ink better and therefore appear more vibrant and crisp when printed.

Are glossy labels waterproof?

While paper labels can never be fully waterproof, our gloss and semi-gloss paper labels are “splashproof” and can be wiped clean and dry if lightly splashed with water.

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