Is there a special wine for Halloween? Absolutely: It’s the wine with the best costume. While our friend Ruth sews little ghost bottle covers, the vintners at Sonoma County’s Windsor Vineyards have dressed the bottle for you, with a choice of 18 special Halloween labels.
It’s easy to get spooky with these Halloween “spirits”—the wine(s) of your choice with your selected wine label(s). Three examples (see them close up in photo #7, below:
Here for the Boos: Get the party started with this cute ghost-inspired label that features a Spotify QR code that links to a playlist with all of Halloween’s best hits.
Let’s Get Lit: Don’t forget the wine, witches! Host a pumpkin carving party and use the QR code on the label to find over 50+ designs to turn your gourd into a glowing masterpiece.
Horror Movie ‘Take a Sip When’ Game: Pop the cork and play the ‘Take a Sip When’ horror movie game.
And 15 more label choices.
WHAT WINE WOULD YOU LIKE?
Choose from a selection of:
White Wines: Chardonnay, Fusion White Wine Blend, Moscato, Sauvignon Blanc, Sparkling Wine
Red Wines: Cabernet Sauvignon, Fusion Red Blend Merlot, Pinot Noir
Whether you bring the bottle(s) to a party host, give them as gifts at your own party, or sit with your partner and play the Horror Movie Game…you’ll have a memorable Halloween.
ORDER YOUR BOTTLES
Head to Windsor Vineyards’ Halloween label page, pick your label, and get started!
There are also designs for Windsor Vineyards have made special occasions more memorable with their “vino-centric personalization,” the ability of customers to select personalized wine labels for any occasion.
What began as the simple idea of writing a person’s name on bottles has grown into a wide range of custom options, including hand-etching.
You can choose from a broad selection of award-winning wines paired with themed templates. There are 18 label choices for Halloween alone!
And the artist in you can design your own label from scratch, using the design tool on the website.
Good wine, fun label: What else do you need (except, maybe, some good food to go with the wine).
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 Choose your label and your wine: red, white and sparkling. You can see the labels up-close below (all photos © Windsor Vineyards).
 Trick or treat if you dare…or just uncork the bottle and have a seat.
 Is it real witches’ brew, or a bottle of California wine?
 Halloween isn’t over on October 31st. Día de los Muertos is celebrated on November 1st and 2nd.