Finishing

Custom die-cutting makes your label stand out from the rest. Designing a custom shaped label, unique from the competition, allows your bottle to catch the eye of potential customers and speak your brand visually. 

Debossing is a different approach to creating dimension on a label. An image is pressed into the surface of the material with a die, creating depressions (rather than raised impressions as is done with embossing). The same techniques used for embossing- blind, foil, and ink- can be used with debossing to create a variety of visual effects and texture.

Embossing provides labels with texture and depth, creating an enhanced appearance for your product that is both eye-catching and elegant. The embossed text or artwork draws attention to your label, increasing both brand awareness and recognition.  Whether you are embossing anodized aluminum, plastic or paper stock, the options are endless and the extra details add immeasurable results—giving you just one more way to more evocatively portray the story of your wine.

Foil Stamping transfers a metallic or pigment finish from a foil onto a substrate using heat, pressure and time. Embellishing a wine label with foil stamping creates a uniquely enhanced design appearance. Watermark Labels achieves an incredibly precise registration with a +/- 0.010” printing, embossing, and die cutting accuracy. We are able to hold extremely fine print—down to 4 point—as well as heavy flood prints. Watermark can produce labels as large as 9” x 9”; in addition, our independent printing stations allow for multiple combinations of colored and/or metallic foils.

Protective coatings create a water-resistant label using clear film over-laminates or topcoat varnishes.

Roll, sheet and individual printed labels are available in various formats. 

Component label sets allows for the consolidation of multiple labels (for one product) into one sheet or roll. Label sets can not only shorten the time for final product application, but also are helpful with organizing and simplifying inventory evaluation.

Serializing and bar coding enables you to create SKU’s and number products as well as track inventory. Our more than 45 years of experience, along with multiple printing capabilities, ensure that you achieve the numbering option and purpose required.

Variable data printing offers customization of your labels as well as cost efficiency in consolidated print runs.