Labels and Shrink Tops

The final step of the wine making process is dressing the bottles. Labelled make it easier to identify the wine you make. Wine Sense stocks a large selection of labels including pre-package and custom labels and are all peel and stick. Our Shrink Top Selection features all the popular and fashionable styles.

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MacDay Custom Labels

MacDay Custom Labels allow you to affordably customize your labels with anything you want. Choose from an assortment of attractive backgrounds and we'll print what ever you'd like on the labels ie. 'Smith Estate Winery'. You can add the wine style, date, add a special message for weddings, anniversaries etc. We print the labels while you wait in a matter of minutes. Choose from plastic or paper labels. Peel and stick on and peel off dry! 30 per package.



Wine Labels

All of our pre-package Wine Labels are easy on- easy off. That means peel and stick to apply and simply grab a corner to pull the label off. We have labels for almost all styles of wine. 30 per package.



Shrink Tops

Shrink tops are easy to use and make your wine bottles look great. Simply slip the shrink top on the bottle and apply hot steam or dip into boiling water to shrink the top onto the bottle. We have a wide selection to choose from which will match any wine label. 30 per roll.




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