After years working in wine retail one of the consumer trends that stands out — and one to which producers are quite attentive — is that many people do not recall the name of the wine they like but they do remember the label. As wineries have caught on and compete to remain memorable, this has lead to wines with some interesting and innovative designs.
Each year the weeks leading up to Halloween bring in droves searching for eye-catching, spooky, horror and occult themed labels. Werewolf and Vampire are the most sought after of these wineries, and Glenora Vineyards in the Finger Lakes humorously relabels their Blueberry Breeze each October as BOOberry Breeze. Other than these popular selections which are obvious choices for the holiday, there are a number of wines which already have frightfully creative labels that would be perfect for your upcoming October 31st bash.
" The wait is over…Phantom has reappeared for the season! Bogle’s desirable apparition of rich berry and relentless spice returns to haunt wine lovers. Three expressive varietals converge and create a mysterious wine full of flavor, concentration and intensity. " ~ Winery notes
"Vampire Cabernet Sauvignon is sourced from several small-berry clones of this traditional Bordeaux varietal, grown in the Paso Robles region of Californias Central Coast. An extended growing season, with sunny, moderate daytime temperatures, along with cool summer nights, allows ideal fruit