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Wine Bottle Tags Reusable (50) (P/N C-8073). Includes 50 tags and a marker with washable ink. Imprinting is available—please contact us for additional information.







Resuable wine bottle tags have a washable surface, and the handy marker washes off with water or rubbing alcohol. One side of each tag has a green grape print (for white wines), and the other side has a burgundy grape print (for red wines.)











FEATURES

  • 50 reusable tags
  • Pre-printed on both sides for white and red wines
  • Includes marker with washable ink

SPECIFICATIONS

Condition: Brand New



Weight: 0.25 lb



P/N: C-8073



UPC: 073705080738

RATINGS AND REVIEWS

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Wine bottle tags

by C E Anderson
Cannot live wihtout these for hte cellar!

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Versatile tages, useless marker

by Bob
A previous version of similiar tags has helped organize my cellar for years. These tags are an improvement with red grapes imprinted on one side and white on the other making both sides usuable. The prescored part of the opening allows the tag to easily slip over larger necks on bottles such as Phelps Insignia recent vintages. Unfortunately the marker provided with all three packs I ordered is permanent and in fact not washable, even with soap and hot water. Luckiliy I tested this after writing on just one tag. I had to buy Expo wet erase pens at Staples. After checking several internet sites, these tags are the best value and this vendor sells them at the lowest price.

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Very helpful

by Line
I have used these for years and enjoyed them so much I just ordered this small package for a friend who just built a wine cellar.

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No complaints!

by renee
great tags/super fast delivery. thanks!

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Best writeable surface

by Fred
These tags have the most "white space" of any I've found. I put a lot of info on each label, starting with an abbreviation for the varietal on the tab at the top. Then the producer/vineyard, drink-by year range, vintage and price. All the other tags I've looked at have significant "real estate" devoted to a logo, an indicator of red/white, or other info I have no need of. On these the red/white indicator is small enough to ignore or otherwise write around. And besides, I only need a couple of labels to indicate the whites since I only care about the varietal, and I can tell a bit by the shape of the bottle. The same is true for dessert wines. The reds are where I really want to display a fair amount of info. I hang one tag for each of the 3-6 bottles we usually buy, use with a permanent marker on both sides and toss after the last bottle is happily consumed. Even if these were more expensive a Phelps Insignia deserves to have its tag retired when it's drained. This item is getting harder to find in general so I buy several packages every few years.

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