Oregon is home to over 600 wineries. Our award-winning red and white wines continue to make our region a major player in the wine industry. Your grapes are your passion; producing memorable, eye-catching wine labels is ours. Let us put our knowledge and experience to work to produce wine labels that exceed your expectations.
We help Northwest food, beverage, and manufacturing companies build their brands and sell more products by helping them display their products in dynamic, attractive labels. We take away the headache of label engineering and material selection so they get the right product at a fair price.
Rose City Label is a family owned and operated business, established in 1928. While the tradition of service runs deep in our family run business, Rose City has continually invested to be able to bring modern printing capabilities to the clients we serve. We do what it takes to meet your companies' needs and insure communication is strong and delivery is timely, so your label project runs smoothly from start to finish.
With many 20-year veteran employees, we have the technical expertise to handle any label project. Researching label materials, preparing your files for optimal production, and running the press with skill and craftsmanship is what we do every day. Call us and let our label experience work for you.
Since 1928, Rose City Label has paved the way for Companies like yours competing to get noticed. Over the years, we have built collaborative relationships that Benefit You and Your Bottom-Line; from resourcing Bottlers (Green Bottling Company), Efficient Print Production Tips, and our years of experience that allows us to guide you toward your success. Coated and textured papers remain the label of choice in the Beer and Wine industry. The need for a high-quality appearance and a resistance to moisture is often important, especially for Wines sitting in ice buckets. Papers come in various textures, from almost totally smooth to heavily textured. The strength of the texture determines what print processes are suitable for the selected material. Even though papers are most commonly used, films have begun to be more widely adopted in wine labeling, and offer further design possibilities.