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Wine Labels Made by our Customers

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How to send us your labels

This page shows wine labels submitted by the customers of grapestompers.com. We hope you'll enjoy it and consider sending examples of your own!

As more labels 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!

 

Ann Hewes
Pennsylvania

 

Pinot Noir

 

 

This is a label Ann designed for a friend. "We went for something simple; using a photo of the house where the wine was made."

 

Terry Brady
New Cumberland, PA

 

Brady Winery

 

 

One of Terry's wine label says:
"Makers of fine wines since...
last Thursday around three o'clock"

 

 

 

 

Rory and Tim Townsend
Jumal, CA

Hidden Glen Winery, Jumal CA

Rory says, "I live in San Diego but own 10 acres in Jumal, CA (45 minutes from San Diego). On the label is a picture of my place with my grape vines. This is my first label I ever made. In an old Thomas Brother Guide, my husband was looking for our place on the map. We found it on the map and it said 'Hidden Glen'. Glen means narrow valley."

Next page of customers' wine labels

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
grapestompers.com
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 labels, 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 label soon!