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Novelty Wine Labels are a brilliant way of buying someone a gift they'll appreciate, but also making sure your pressie provides a laugh. If you have a friend who loves to talk about bouquets and vintages then our funny wine labels are ideal. Select a nice bottle of vino as a gift, soak off the genuine branding and info and replace it with our novelty wine labels before popping it in the gift bag provided. They'll love that you've bought them wine, their favourite... "Not sure I'm familiar with Chateau Neuf Du Crap though... wait a minute, why I oughta!"
The label reads: A truly shitty little wine that should only be drunk with fish or meat vindaloo and raw chillies. Made from a blend of famous Pinot Poop and Turdonnay grapes and left in a Frenchman's lavabo for several years.
Fun at dinner parties and celebrations our joke wine labels guarantee a giggle.
Cause a stir at functions, events, weddings and more with some funny Novelty Wine Bottle Labels. Also available in 'Katzpiss,' these fun wine labels are the ideal accessory for any bottle of plonk.
Fantastic product, even came with gift bag. Very prompt delivery. The labels were of high quality and my partner found it very amusing!
Emma holliday | 05/03/17
fab little stocking filler. arrived in a super speedy fashion and was very well received by the recipient. many thanks
Manuela | 16/02/17
I bought these as our neighbours like to share a bottle of wine with us and know more about wine than we do. These labels should provide a bit of a laugh for a few quid !
Paul White | 12/01/17
Professional looking labels, one for bottle, one for bottle gift bag but I am using mine for two bottles rather than the gift bag. Fun gift for those who like to have a laugh...
Carol Miknenas | 11/01/17
Not an expensive present but it is quite amusing. Well packaged and pretty straight forward really. Comes with a wine bag as well which is useful to hand over at a dinner party.
Gary | 11/01/17
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