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Thanks for coming along for the ride with our 31 Days Halloween Wine Labels. We end strong with (drum roll, please)... Vampire. Happy Halloween! Cheers!
No bones about it. Skeleton makes our list. Argentina in the house.
With only a couple days left until Halloween, this label give us Goose Bumps. Velvety red ones.
This one conjurs up lots of images. keep your eye on The Dead Arm. It just may move toward you.
While dancing at the Zombie Zoo, we were caught with our Zombie Zin. This one looks like a punk rocker.
It's time to party with the Velvet Devil. Watch out for the pitchfork.
Costumes, masks, hats, capes, make-up, etc. However you go, just go Incognito.
You can see it in the eyes, nothing can keep this wolf caged. Spooky things come out at night, beware.
It's almost time. Candy, candy, candy. Some Eye Candy is just as satisfying.
We had to post both of these wine labels as a set. While it could be Trick or Treat. It could also be Trick and Treat.
It's hard not to make our Halloween wine label list when you have the word DEAD in the name. Here's Dead Bolt.
The Prisoner is a red wine from Napa Valley. Chains and shackles holding the prisoner down.
19 Crimes. It's one less than twenty.
We debated on the Apothic Red or Apothic Dark. In the end, we thought the Apothic Dark had a more fitting label.
The woods can be scary enough, but when you need to look out for the Ghost Pines, it gets scarier. Nice cabernet blend.
The skull and cross bones on this label can only mean one thing, PoiZin.
Rosenblum Cellars steps up with Stark Raving Red.
This one says it all. Well, upside down. Just evil.