Obviously, since they are in the business of selling alternatives to paper labels they tend to have an anti-paper bias. In the video you see our regular label as well as the screen print that Monvera did for us. Apparently more than 99% of wines in the market have paper labels so the screen print is somewhat unusual.
It got me thinking, should PRIME go paperless? I like the look on our "Reserve" wines but is it worth the extra $? Is there something to be said for the traditional appeal of paper? I'm not sure myself but we're always open to suggestions. As in: comment please, what labels type do you like best traditional paper or fancy screen print? Thanks!