Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Glorie Farm Winery "Jumpin Jazz" Wine Label Contest

Glorie Farm Winery announces a "Jumpin Jazz Wine Label Conterst.

Artists from the Hudson Valley Region, loosely defined as counties that border the Hudson River from Albany to New York City, plus Bergen County, New Jersey, are invited to submit their artwork for consideration to be used on the Glorie Jumpin Jazz bottle. Entry fee is $10 and one submission per artist is allowed. The winning work will be printed on 4” x 4” labels, and artists are encouraged to be creative.

In addition to being featured on the Glorie Farm Winery website as well as promotional materials related to the contest, the winning artist will receive half the entry fees, a case of the labeled wine, plus two free tickets to Bounty of the Hudson 2007, an annual event sponsored by the Shawangunk Wine Trail. The artist’s name will also appear on the label.

For more information and details go the Glorie Farm Winerey Website


Anonymous said...

A while back I started brewing my own wine, I have really started getting into it and now actually sell my wine to friends and family. I wanted to add that extra touch to my wine so I designed my own wine labels and had it printed by a british labels company who did a excellent job. It has made my wine bottle look really great!

gonzo said...

My god I didnt realise they had competitions for making labels! Wonder if they have one for who can make the best barcode labels! Now that would be interesting to say the least.