Holiday Mulled Wine Greetings on a Bottle

With mulled wine as the signature drink during the winter holidays, everyone has a reason to gather under the festive smell of spices and share a warm bottle.

Instead of sending Christmas greeting cards, UK-based creative agency Buddy designs a wine label each year to send a bottle of mulled wine to clients and friends.

This year, named Mulling-Over, the wine is wrapped in traditional Nordic patterns in contemplative red and black. Like a sweater, the label is printed with holiday details like wreaths, champagne flutes, the family dog, grams and gramps, and fair isle knits.

We love how the bottle glistens under the candlelight, reflecting a fun mix of elegance and merriment. What’s more, Buddy’s warm holiday greetings is printed right on the bottle:

As we mull-over another great year, we’d like to thank you for being a part of it. Merry Christmas from all at Buddy and we hope you enjoy a warming end to the year, we certainly will. The label is printed red and black on a silver substrate with a subtle metallic finish and matt varnish for a premium festive feel.”


In the past years, Buddy has had various designs to cheer for different aspects of the holiday spirit, from 2013’s fun and retro Charade to 2012’s classic Winter Warmer.

Mull over this year’s completion over a warm, festive drink, as Buddy was earnest to do by sharing their own on this special Christmas greeting tipple!


May your Christmas be Merry and Bright!

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Source: The Dieline, Buddy

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