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Steps to Create Private Label Wines

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  • Determine your price point and varietal(s)
  • Choose from our growing list of selections or fill out a private label wine request form here.
  • Design your label
  • Design your wine shipping box (optional)
  • Taste, evaluate and choose your wine(s)
  • Submit label artwork to TTB for label approval (must be submitted by a licensed importer, winery or distributor)
  • Send artwork to winery for label printing
  • Arrange for local distributor to bring in, warehouse and deliver your private label wine for you (we can handle this for you as well)
 

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