Once again we are faced with a plethora of wine choices that the novice has to choose from. Instead of tasting the wine, or having it suggested to us by the sommeliers working in our wine stores that KNOW our tastes, we get…art.
Art and wine works. But on what level? A local friend of mine has “decorated” his wine cellar with the Marilyn Monroe wines. They’re pretty and they look nice framing his collection. Does he drink them? Possibly. Does he choose them over other wines at his disposal? Maybe for the guest that believes in beauty over substance. What do you say?
This is my favorite as I could use these labels to be Frank about the wine. What is it? Who cares? I think I’d rather buy the label to label a wine gift…for fun.
Next comes Kill – I – bin – bin which has to be an Aussie wine but I’m afraid to try it as it’s a wee bit threatening. Especially if I’m home alone reading pulp fiction:
Next up would’ve paired well with Brittany Spear’s circus tour. And, is the Divine Light just H2O?:
Lastly are the pretty ones. With real (?) embroidered labels. Now, I might choose that over the voluptuous Marilyn to frame my collection.
(I wrote about Designer Daily labels a year ago. These are their latest winners. The link for all of this was sent in to me by a reader I like to call Angie Baby. http://www.designer-daily.com/25-brilliant-wine-label-bottle-package-designs-1808)