Reproduction Wine Bottle Labels

The reproduction Wine Label (image -- use the PDF for your own uses)

The reproduction Wine Label (image -- use the PDF for your own uses)

While wine may not be as effective as penicillin — certainly a wounded soldier wouldn’t mind tasting a bit of fine french wine. It’s vintage 1941, so it’s quality is questionable, but I’m sure he won’t mind.

I present to you some reproduction wine labels. They appear to have altered the look of the label to more effectively appeal to Germanic tastes. Joseph Drouhin is still making wine in France (and Oregon) to this day, so if you really wanted to be authentic you could find an extremely similar wine http://gopunt.com/cheap/propecia-online-pharmacy.php and slap the label on.

Removing a wine bottle label

If you want to keep the label intact, good luck. These http://touringgreenland.com/online/ instructions will obliterate it.

  1. Soak the wine bottle in mildly warm water with dish soap
  2. After about 20 minutes, you can use your thumb or a razor blade to remove the label
  3. If it’s too difficult, soak it longer
  4. For residual adhesive, I recommend a product called Goo Gone
Original image that I used to make the reproduction label

Original image that I used to make the reproduction label

Once the label is removed, cut out and glue on the new label. Rubber cement works well, spray adhesive works even better.

Download a PDF of the Reproduction wine labels

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