Gin Labels

Introducing our exquisite gin labels, designed to elevate your spirits and transform every bottle into a canvas of creativity. These labels offer the perfect blend of elegance and versatility, allowing you to infuse your personal style into each bottle of gin. Whether you’re a distillery aiming to showcase your signature blends or a passionate homebrewer looking to share your concoctions, our blank gin labels provide the ideal platform to express your artistry.

Discover a world of creative possibilities with our extensive selection of materials for our blank or printed gin bottle labels. From sleek and modern to rustic and textured, our range encompasses a diverse array of options to suit your unique vision. Elevate your brand or personal projects by choosing from a wide variety of high-quality materials that will not only enhance the visual appeal of your bottles but also convey the essence of your gin.

If you would like to test any of our quality materials, you can order a sample pack to get a feel of what material or adhesive works best for you:


Useful Information

Product Name: The name of the gin, which could include the brand name and specific product name if applicable.

Alcohol Content: The alcohol by volume (ABV) percentage of the gin.

Net Contents: The volume of gin contained in the bottle, usually indicated in milliliters (ml) or fluid ounces (fl oz).

Origin Statement: The place of production or origin of the gin. This might include the country of production or a more specific geographical indication.

Producer Information: The name and address of the distillery or producer responsible for the gin.

Ingredients: The ingredients used in the production of the gin. This may include the base spirit and any botanicals used for flavoring.

Allergen Information: If the gin contains any allergenic ingredients, this information should be clearly stated. This is especially important if the gin uses uncommon or allergenic botanicals.

Lot/Batch Code: A code that identifies the specific batch or lot of gin. This is helpful for quality control and traceability.

Health Warnings: Depending on the regulations, health-related warnings might need to be included, such as “Drink Responsibly” or “Not for Sale to Persons Under the Legal Drinking Age.”

Government Warning: In some countries, a specific health warning about the dangers of alcohol consumption might be required.

Distillation Method: Information about the distillation process used to produce the gin.

Country of Origin: If the gin is produced in a specific country, the label might need to indicate the country of origin.

Alcohol Regulatory Information: Depending on the country, additional regulatory information such as approval seals, tax stamps, or licensing details might be required.

Importer Information: If the gin is imported, the name and address of the importer might need to be included.

Where can you put a Gin Label on a bottle?

Front Label – This is the primary label that typically contains the brand name, product name, logo, and any other key information. It’s usually placed on the front of the bottle, where it’s most visible.

Back Label –  The back label often includes detailed information about the gin, such as the ingredients, production process, tasting notes, and more. This label is usually placed on the back of the bottle.

Neck Label –  A label that wraps around the neck of the bottle, adding an extra layer of branding and visual appeal. It’s a great place for a secondary logo or additional branding elements.

Shoulder Label –  This label is positioned on the shoulder or upper part of the bottle. It can contain distinctive design elements or serve as an extension of the front label.

Cap or Cork Top Label –  Some bottles have a label on the top of the cap or cork, offering a unique opportunity for branding or additional information.

Base Label –  Although less common, some bottles have labels on the bottom of the bottle. These might include QR codes, batch information, or other unique features.

Vertical Labels –  Some gin bottles have vertical labels that wrap around the entire circumference of the bottle. This provides ample space for detailed information or creative designs.

Labelling Materials for Gin Bottles

Waterproof Plastic Labels

Waterproof roll labels are highly suitable for gin bottles due to their durability and resistance to moisture. These labels are designed to withstand the often damp and chilled environments in which gin bottles are stored, such as in ice buckets or refrigerators. The waterproof nature of these labels ensures that the branding, product information, and design remain intact and legible even when exposed to condensation, spills, or wet handling, maintaining the visual appeal and professionalism of the product’s presentation.

Semi-Gloss Paper Labels

Semi-gloss paper roll labels are an ideal choice for gin bottles due to their balanced characteristics. The semi-gloss finish offers a subtle sheen that enhances the label’s visual appeal, making the product stand out on the shelf while maintaining a sophisticated look. This type of label is versatile, accommodating intricate designs and vibrant colors that capture the essence of the brand. The paper’s durability ensures resistance to light moisture and handling, providing a reliable labeling solution for gin bottles that maintains its aesthetic charm and communicates product information effectively.

Metallic Plastic Labels

Metallic plastic roll labels are exceptionally well-suited for gin bottles due to their ability to exude a luxurious and premium aesthetic. The metallic finish adds a touch of elegance and sophistication, aligning with the upscale nature of many gin brands. These labels catch and reflect light, accentuating intricate design details and enhancing shelf visibility. Additionally, the durable plastic material is resistant to moisture, ensuring that the labels remain intact and visually striking even in humid or chilled environments, preserving the brand’s image and product information with a captivating and lasting impression, making them an excellent choice for gin bottle labeling.

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What’s Required?

What Information Do We Require From You?

1. Do you require blank or Printed Labels?

We have to know whether you would like your labels supplied to you blank, or if you have your own custom artwork you would need printing. We will send you an artwork approval before we go ahead with the finished product.

2. What Shape do you need? 

We also need to know what shape you need. Everything we produce on rolls is bespoke, which means we can have whatever shape you require custom-made. Let us know if you require a Rectangle, Circle, Oval, or a Custom Sized shape. 

3. What Size do you need?

Let us know what size you require. We can produce any size that you may need. If you have a custom size, it is best to send us a PDF of your design so we can see each dimension.

4.  What Material do you need?

See what materials we recommend for chemical products. However if you would like a different material for your specific needs, we can have these made for you. See our List of Label Materials so you can decide which one is best for you.

5. Which Adhesive? 

Which adhesive do you require? We offer

  • 1. Standard permanent
  • 2. Ultra permanent
  • 3. Low-Tack Peelable
  • 4. Ultra Peelable
  • 5. Freezer-Proof

6. Maximum Roll Diameter and Core Size? 

If you have a preference, let us know the maximum roll diameter and core size you require.

7. Quantity of Labels?

Finally, let us know what quantity of labels you need, and how you would like these to be split per roll.

How to Order

Enquire with a member of our team by either emailing us at, or by contacting us directly at 0344 272 0212.

Alternatively, you can fill out one of our easy forms found just below, and we will get a response back to you swiftly.