Wine Labels

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    Wine Bottling Season Is Here: Lively Up Your Bottles with Custom Labels!

    Use Estate #9 To Adorn Wine Bottles

    Wine harvest season typically begins in August and runs through October, though some wineries in California will actually start this process in July. Much like other libations such as beer and spirits, customers will often base their purchasing decisions on the wine bottle stickers and labels placed on the item itself. With all the hard work you've put into the growing, harvesting and preparation, you should not scrimp on your wine stickers at the end of the project.

    Rather, consider using custom wine labels printed on high-quality materials to ensure that your prospective customers and current clientele can see just how special your products are from the first glance on.

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  • How to Create Winning Wine Labels

    The Value of Custom Wine Labeling

    Whether you are a global winemaker looking to improve the attractiveness of your products or someone who wants to add a personal touch to a special event you're planning, there are many benefits to designing custom wine labels. Using state-of-the-art printing technologies and high-resolution stickers, you can transform an ordinary bottle into one that is creative, aesthetically appealing and visually engaging. And making sure your product is all of these things is crucial. Because, as much as people know they shouldn't judge a book by it's over, the truth is that most of us do.

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  • How Will You Approach National Wedding Month?

    NationalWeddingMonthFebruary is National Wedding Month

    Love is in the air this month, as February hosts both Valentine's Day and National Wedding Month, all within the shortest number of days of the year. If you produce candles, wine, wedding favors or any other products that are a bit more popular during wedding season, which generally falls in the spring and summer months, the time is now to get moving on customized label projects that will let newlyweds-to-be know that you are a good choice for their event.

    In many ways, this month is a great time to build brand awareness through several different types of campaigns, including those that celebrate National Wedding Month and Valentine's Day, directly market relevant services or get the brand name into the minds of individuals planning their weddings for later in the year.

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  • How Custom Labels Can Make Christmas More Affordable

    Custom labels can help make holiday shopping more affordable.

    Using Custom Labels to Manage Holiday Spending

    With Christmas quickly approaching, people are beginning to scramble to finish their holiday shopping and think of last minute gift ideas. This time of year can be both stressful and expensive.

    The National Retail Federation recently reported that consumers plan to spend around $800 on items related to the holidays.That's a lot of money, especially for those on a tight budget.

    Furthermore, sometimes people spend a considerable amount of money on presents, even when they aren't entirely sure they are purchasing the right items that their family or loved one will be pleased to receive.

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  • Making Waves this New Year's Eve

    Making Waves this New Year's Eve

    Personalize New Year's Celebrations

    The time of the year for celebration has arrived, and individuals and businesses from across the country are likely ironing out the details of their plans to ring in 2016 in fun and unique ways. If you manufacture or distribute products that are popular for New Year's festivities, including wine and champagne, you might want to consider the merits of customizing your labels for these items to ensure that they fly off the shelves at the end of December.

    Personalization has been a key to success for businesses of all types in the past few years, and one of the best ways to keep these strategies fresh is to align custom labels with specific events or campaigns, in this case those related to New Year's.

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  • Introducing Our Top-of-the-Line Label Printing Press

    Introducing Our Top-of-the-Line Label Printing Press. Welcome to the Era of Our New Digital Press!

    At Lightning Labels, we make everything from wine labels to stickers for household products. Our process is about to get much more streamlined thanks to the state of the art digital press that we recently installed at our facility in Denver, Colorado.

    3 Features of Our State-of-the-Art Digital Printing Press

    Here's a look at just three of the ways our new acquisition will benefit our customers.

    1.  Speed: Processing your orders quickly is important to us - after all, our name is Lightning Labels. Sometimes, quality can suffer for the sake of speed, but we make sure not to let that happen.
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  • Prepare for Wine Harvesting Season by Ordering Custom Labels

    Prepare For Wine Harvesting Season. Before Wine Harvesting Season Begins, Lock Down Label Designs

    Wine harvesting season doesn't begin until late summer, but it's never too early to prepare by designing and ordering custom product labels. In a recent article, we delved into what it takes to design an appealing wine label and found that color, simplicity vs. complexity and ostentatiousness vs. refinement all play a significant role in the process. Speaking with Lettie Teague, wine columnist for The Wall Street Journal, veteran label designer Bob Johnson noted that aesthetic strategies differ in accordance with price ranges - for instance, simple packaging is associated with products on the low and high ends of the pricing scale, while the labels on mid-range bottles tend to be more ornate.

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  • The Art of Designing An Appealing Wine Label

    What's in a Label?
    When consumers are scanning store shelves and deliberating over which bottle of wine to select, how large of a part do labels play in their decision-making process? Lettie Teague, wine columnist for The Wall Street Journal, recently set off to find out

    Teague discovered that although there are no hard and fast rules when it comes to wine label design, certain conventions have developed over the years. She outlined her findings in an article for the news source published earlier this month.

    3 Tenets of Wine Label Design
    According to veteran label designer Bob Johnson, color palette, typeface and paper quality all play significant roles.

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  • Demand For Nutrition Transparency Fuels New Alcohol Labeling

    Liquor Labeling TrendsDiageo Move Drives Industry-Wide Rethink of Packaging Content, Branding

    Consumers want transparency in their alcohol consumption, and we’re not talking about see-through bottles. Responding to growing demands to know nutritional content of both food and beverage, the world’s largest distiller, Diageo, will begin showing nutritional information on Guinness stout, Smirnoff vodka and Tanqueray gin packaging, according to a Bloomberg News article published on washingtonpost.com in March. That trend is likely to grow, putting beer, wine and hard liquor makers large and small on notice to ready themselves for packaging and labeling changes that will include nutritional cont

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  • Alcohol Product Labels to Become More Informative

    Nutritional, Serving Size Information Coming to Alcoholic Beverage Labels
    Have you ever heard of Diageo? While the name of the company itself may not ring any bells, there's a fairly good chance that some of Diageo's products will sound more familiar: Johnnie Walker Scotch whiskey, Smirnoff vodka and Guinness beer, to name but a few. In fact, United Kingdom-based Diageo is the world's biggest alcoholic beverage company - and it has been lobbying for more than a decade to add important nutritional and serving size facts to its product labels, a campaign that has finally proven fruitful.

    As CNN Money explained, the strict nutrition labeling requirements mandated by the United States Food and Drug Administration don't apply to alcoholic beverages because alcohol isn't regulated by the FDA.

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