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Passover Wine Bottle Labels - 8 Pack

We designed this set of Passover wine bottle labels with the hopes of make this year's seder feel not quite as long. Equal parts modern and humorous, even Bubbe will love 'em. Next year in Jerusalem, friends... next year in Jerusalem. Pro tip: drink Elijah's bottle and watch everyone think they just witnessed a miracle.

This set includes:
• Pairs well with matzah
• The chosen wine
• L'chaim
• Borei Pri Hagafen
• This is how we Jew it
• Pass that wine over
• Elijah's bottle
• Next year in Jerusalem

Our peel and stick wine bottle labels are designed and printed in our design studio in Columbus, Ohio, USA. Waterproof, highly durable labels. 

Measurements: 3 inches wide x 5 inches tall.

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• You'll receive instructions for easy removal of the label that came on the bottle.

• This does not include bottle, wine, beer, or any accessories shown in the photos.


• Our labels work best with a straight bottle that doesn’t bulge out in any way. If the bottle is curvy, the label may bubble around the edges.

• We suggest fully removing the label that comes on the bottle so that the labels you order look best. Paper labels peel off the easiest (clear plastic can be harder). Avoid labels painted directly on the bottle since you’ll see the letters beneath your label.


• MADE IN THE USA - we design, print, and package in our Ohio studio

• POLYESTER LABELS - avoid smearing, tearing, and peeling with labels and adhesive that are designed to withstand the toughest conditions.


• All orders ship via USPS (United States Postal Service)

• International orders: Buyer is responsible for customs, duty and import fees. Please check your local customs rates as they vary around the world and are frequently changed.