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Curse of Strahd: Wizard of Wines Labels Wine Labels for Ravenloft

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Welcome to Barovia! The Wizard of Wines offers the finest distractions from the horror. Wine fermented to suit any amount of coin!

Yes, this collection includes 3 HIGH RESOLUTION WINE LABELS that match the three varieties of wine offered by the Wizard of Wines in the Curse of Strahd adventure campaign. Little details and fun touches on the labels can enhance your campaign and delight your players. See below!

The labels come as high-resolution JPGs embedded on a single 8.5x11 PDF page suitable for printing on any color printer.

Purple Grapemash Number 3 - note the hand-written "3" for the batch number, and that someone has written "UN" in front of the tagline "REMARKABLE!" This matches the book's description of the wine as unremarkable.

Red Dragon Crush - note the dragon wings and bold red coloring. Tagline of "Tantalizing" matches the book's description.

Champagne du le Stomp - the great joke on this label is the icon at the top. Meant to signify the winery and stomping on grapes, it also kind of looks like a certain hut in Berez than can move on its own!!! Also, it's just called "rich" because, well, it's the most expensive. If you have to ask, you probably can't afford it.

Print these labels out and put the on bottles for your players. They'll love it!

This is being offered as PAY WHAT YOU WANT. Please keep in mind the time it takes to create and share these.

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Stewart H November 30, 2023 7:16 pm UTC
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I have the labels, and want to use them to label some player gift bottles. How do I separate the labels so I can both make them smaller and print them on a sheet of sticky paper? I think the last time I tried they were basically locked and I wasn't sure how to do anything with them.
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Dylan G March 09, 2021 4:08 pm UTC
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These look great. If you ever do an update for these labels, can you add the code numbers on the original labels from B7: Rahasia? That would make these usable for running either adventure.
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William B March 15, 2017 6:26 pm UTC
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My group is doing Ravenloft at the moment, and we go through 2-4 bottles of wine a session. My table does mostly whites though (4/7ths women who love white wine). I know the campaign book doesn't mention any whites, but is there any chance of more labels in the future?
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Carl H March 16, 2017 1:37 pm UTC
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Hi William! Sounds like a fun group :) love a good white wine! Technically champagne is a naturally-sparkling white wine AND it happens to be the classiest of Barovia's vintages, so you *should* be pretty okay stacking the deck with a bunch of Champagne du le Stomps. That said, I might be able to work up some more varietals but not for a bit - there were only the three mentioned in Curse of Strahd.
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