Although they have the same purpose, wine labels can be very different in terms of placement, artwork and specifications. Vintage 99 is able to meet the demanding requirements of all wineries by operating multiple types of printing and equipment across two manufacturing facilities in Livermore and Santa Rosa Ca. Our team of label experts is always ready to help recommend the right equipment for your label project.
High Press Speeds
Economical for long print runs
Best for metallic inks
Excellent color consistency
In 1999 we raised the bar with flexo printing for labels. Today we still push the boundaries by using Kodak's NX plate system with Digicap screening to give labels finer dots, higher line screens and more detail. Our flexo presses are excellent at printing on a variety of papers and films and produce great metallic inks. See below for additional finishing options.
Low to no setup costs
No plate costs
Perfect print registration
Affordable for small print runs
Since 2008, we've understood the practical use of Digital print technology in producing high quality labels. Today we use the most advanced HP Digital presses designed specifically for intricate labels, giving our customers high quality printing even on small orders. Digital printing lowers production costs on shorter runs by eliminating film, plates and set-up time. See below for additional finishing options.
Best for fine gradient detail
Vibrant color reproduction
Ideal for medium to large runs
No VOC's, environment friendly
Our pressure sensitive waterless offset press provides superior results with flawless detail, smooth blends and fine tints. At Label Innovators we take this technology one step further by teaming the latest plate making process with the latest Digital Plate Imaging system making high line screens not only achievable but repeatable run after run. See below for additional finishing options.
Print Technology | Additional Finishing Options
Printing ink directly over an applied hot stamped foil creates an upscaled look when graphics are made up of line art or two-toned images.
Using a metallic ink on traditional paper provides extra emphasis to design elements and adds richness.
Adding a spot gloss varnish is an economical way to highlight special elements. Use on uncoated or matte papers for greatest impact.
With hot foil stamping a heated metal die is used to better transfer fine foil detail to the label and hold tight registration. A wide array of foil colors are available.
Choose our sculpted embossing option when fine details and a varying depth of emboss is needed in your design.
High build varnish is applied with a mesh screen process and adds a hard raised surface to your label. Choose this effect when highlighting specific elements like logos or images on matte or uncoated papers for greatest impact.
Single level or polymer embossing gives great results when a large element needs to be raised at one continuous height. Since we make our own die in-house, we can control the detail and amount of depth.
Consumer testing shows that using a unique shape for your label helps buyers recognize your brand more quickly.