The wine label represents your best cover letter.
The label must include data of interest such as the origin of the wine, who produces it, what variety of grape it is made with, alcoholic strength, the capacity of the bottle, etc. We will also find the classification of the wine, a mandatory information that will indicate the protection under which the wine labelling is governed: Denomination of Origin, Vino de la Tierra, Vino de Pago, etc.
Next to it we will find the vintage, which informs us of the year of collection of the grape from which the wine was made. This data is one of the most important, since the quality of the grape varies from one season to another, the result of different conditions such as, for example, climatic conditions.
In addition, knowing the vintage will also allow us to know the age of the wine, which differs from one another by the time it has spent in the barrel and bottled. In general, we will find young, crianza, reserva and gran reserva wines, fundamentally.
The information that is usually included in the front label contains the following information:
- Wine brand.
- Name of the winery.
- Name of the packer (if not the same as the winemaker).
- Vinification (solera, aging, reserve, young, great reserve, ...)
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