Most of the wine bottle labels might have aesthetic value though its main function is to provide legal information to consumers so the makers of bottles of wine or winemakers themselves can explain the legal authority in the State where the wine was sold and have an interest in forming that information. Because in reality in some places, there are laws that regulate the content of a wine label and each state has a different law policy on this matter.
A basic function of a label is the main attraction for consumers to buy wine so that some makers make wine bottle label design visually attractive both art and graphics. Comes with the taste of wine, how wine is made and what foods can be friends when drinking the wine and technical information like ageing regimen against of the wine or sometimes there is put in terms of the market as a backup product or a choice of other types of wine.
In America, there is no federal government regulating the aesthetics of the label on the wine though never once contained a commotion about the image on the wine label in the form of nudity shocked consumers, but later the American government prohibits the word reserve on the wine label and cautions for the printer label bottle of wine in order to thicken the ink on the label, so that consumers get a lot of information through the label. From this moment, even the most foreign governments outside the United States helped to ban the word ‘reserve’ on wine exported by the United States to European countries in anticipation of the question beyond the bounds proposed by the consumer or excessive complaints from them.
The labels on wine bottles also contain a large amount of legal content is regulated by the Federal Government, under the auspices of Trade of Alcohol and Tobacco Tax. As performed by The TTB who oversees discuss the law on wine labels produced in the United States, where they closely supervise the language on the label of the wine either imported into the United States and exported to the United States.