,
 



PMG is the Official Grading Service of the Paper Money Forum
,
GregAlex
As I was perusing the shelves in my favorite wine shop (Grocery Outlet) I came across an interesting label for Sawbuck vineyards in Yolo County. This was for a Syrah, but a little Googling showed that they have a number of varietals. The label is clearly modeled on the text layout of a National Bank Note!

Has anyone come across any other examples of currency related wine labels?

Sawbuck center.jpg  Sawbuck Malbec label.jpg 
Quote 3
 
Numbersman
That's cool.
Quote 0
Dan Cong
CE6CF367-4649-4D7D-874B-E1B8CECB62B2.jpeg 
Quote 3
mfontes
Yes I did a few months ago.  I’ll have to return to the store and try to find the bottle. 
Quote 0
MAM0912
Here’s some obsoletes, there was a 3rd label but no longer at the wine store.

2905E1AD-D3D1-4F64-9DCD-D5B136548756.jpeg 
Marty
SPMC 13336 ANA 3203666
NJ Obsoletes & Nationals
Quote 3
Delistamps

Not currency, but this is how I grade raw notes:

Educated Guess Cabernet Napa

Quote 1
GregAlex
I really like those obsolete banknote labels, Marty!

For a while I was acquiring images of stamp-related wine labels (there are a surprisingly large number), but I also found one with coins.

Coins on wine.jpg 

Walnut Block wine Label.jpg 
Benton-Lane green wine label.jpg 
Oregon Territory wine 1.jpg 
Quote 0
 
Forum Sponsors

 
 

,