Wine Spectator Paper Wine Bottle Tags Set of 250 #3053
The diameter of the opening is 1 1/8-inches, ideal for most standard size bottles
Made of resin-coated paper. Set of 250.
- Resin-coated paper
- Opening diameter is ideal for most standard bottles
- Write vital bottle information on the tag for quick reference
Size: 1 5/8w x 3 3/8h (in)
Weight: 0.6 lbs
Ratings & Reviews
A Great Product Enables Wine Bottle History
by Hanan -
In 2008 I wrote a 4 star review for this product. Then, I wrote, inter alia, that I have been using the tags for more than 15 years; so if my advanced math is correct, I have now been using them for more than 25 years. Everything I wrote then is still true (the review can be found below) with one exception: today I give the product 5 stars.
They did the job
They did the job at a good price. Neck hole could be bigger for bottles of bubbles.
Wine Spectator Bottle Tags
The “Wine Spectator” paper wine bottle tags work on most of my wine bottles. Some bottles have a larger head, and the wine tags tear when I attempt to ease them on the bottle head. Still usable. I did not expect to encounter this minor nuisance.
by Nancy -
I'm the wine buyer for a restaurant with an extensive list. The wine tags are helpful to the wait staff when retrieving bottles. Customers also like to look into the wine cabinet and get a glimpse of what's available.
Review - Wine Spectator Tags
by Causseau Wines
They do the job, at a great price. Have over 400 bottles and like to keep them organized.
by Tony -
I was very pleased with my recent purchase of Wine Spectator paper tags. The tags themselves are of very good quality and can be used either side. The delivery was much quicker than anticipated, and the price and delivery charges were significantly lower than other places.
Nice but some sizing issues
by Mason -
I've been tagging my wine for years, and all tags are pretty much the same. These work as well as the next, and the price is right. The only rather substantial issue I have is that the diameter of the neck hole is so small they won't fit on a good portion of my bottles. I've run into this problem before almost exclusively with sparkling wine bottles, but with these tags there are quite a bit more bottles on which they will not fit - Zinfandel, Pinot, any bottle that has any minor increase in the cork/neck area.
A handy accessory to have
I have used Wine Spectator paper tags for more than 15 years. I find them quite handy. When I purchase a bottle of wine, I tag it including name and vintage, time and place of purchase, cost, when to drink, and several ratings when i can find them. When you have several hundred bottles of wine, and when you are ageing some of them for many years, you cannot expect to remember all of those details about each wine bottle (at least I do not expect that). These tags are relatively inexpensive (considering the price of the liquid in the bottles) and a handy accessory to have.
These are awesome
I write the vintage, wine info, everything.
On the back, if it was a gift from a friend I like to write that too so when I do drink my wines down the road, I can tell my friend what I thought about the wine, and make sure to thank them again.