Your label is a marketing tool to attract, intrigue, and close the deal with consumers. Whether it’s elegantly simple or makes elaborate use of inks, foils, or embossing, the label represents the heritage, passion, and dedication captured in every bottle.
For white wine labels in dry conditions, coated, uncoated, textured, and metallized papers can all be used. For humid conditions, our Wet Strength treated (WSA) papers as well as Ice, Ice Premium, and film products are the perfect choice.
Our adhesive range for white and sparkling wines
RP74 is a clear permanent adhesive designed
specifi cally for thin fi lm face materials in a variety
of enduses, including craft beverage. It offers very
good water resistance after application (24-72
hour dwell time) and good mandrel hold. RP74 is
not recommended for damp surfaces with clear film
face materials (RP76 is recommended instead) but
is acceptable with white fi lm face stocks.
RP76, a water-resistant permanent adhesive, is the
right choice for those demanding, no-label look
applications when the substrate will be exposed to
moisture, such as glass containers in the beverage
market. Designed for thin fi lm applications, RP76
offers excellent wet stick and passes the 72-hour
ice chest test. Characterized by excellent wet-out
properties and high optical clarity while adhering
well to a variety of substrates, RP76 also performs
well on smooth PET bottles without complex curves.
RP76 is not recommended for textured surfaces and
when applied to wet surfaces, some blush will be
seen but will fade in intensity over time.
RP37, an emulsion acrylic clear permanent
adhesive is ideal for standard beverage enduses
when higher initial tack is required. RP37
offers excellent wet-out properties, clarity and
UV stability and is UPM Rafl atac’s top-selling
general purpose film adhesive. However, RP37 is
not recommended on clear face materials where
warm water resistance is required, on damp
surfaces or on thin films.