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This page shows winemaking pictures submitted by the customers of We hope you'll enjoy it and consider sending your own!

As more photos are added to this portion of our web site, we'll add more pages to keep your download times to a minimum. Thanks for your participation!


Monty and Brenda Combs
Wilkesboro, NC


The fruits of Monty and Brenda's labor Monty and Brenda's wine rack.



Monty and Brenda name their wines after their cats' names!

A photo of the wine rack Monty built in their basement.






Art and Edna Jones
Leesburg, GA



Drunk Monk Wine



One of Art's wine labels.



Edna Supervising the winemaking.



Edna supervises the winemaking at the Drunk Monk Winery. Notice the hoist in the background, which lifts and lowers full carboys. Ed built his hoist based on a design created by Crazy Tom at his mountaintop Bodega.



The Drunk Monk Winery



Ed and his two sons built a room on the back of his house for making wine. They call it the "Drunk Monk Winery" and this is the "Leesburg Monastery".


Next page of customers' winemaking photos

If you'd like to include your wine label(s) on our web site, simply

  1. Send us the photos via snail mail or e-mail, and
  2. Provide a description of the label (what inspired you, etc.)
  3. Tell us your hometown (city and state/province or city and country)

You can send your wine labels via snail mail to:

Customer Wine Labels
102 Thistle Meadow
Laurel Springs, NC 28644

Note: Should you choose to send your wine label(s) in the mail, please be sure to send us an extra copy because we will not be able to return your label(s). We recommend that you do not write the descriptions and hometown information on the back of the label; please use a separate piece of paper instead.

Or, you can send us electronic images (JPG, GIF, or TIFF format only, please) via e-mail. Just send us your photos, and be sure to provide the descriptions and hometown information in the body of your e-mail. If your file sizes are large, feel free to ZIP (compress) your photos; this will save you some uploading time.

Thanks, and we look forward to posting YOUR wine photos soon!