what to say

what to say for gifts and drinks

The following are some of our favorite heartfelt phrases — use them on your labels to make your homemade gifts extra special!

made with loving hands

from our home to yours

beauty is simplicity

baked to perfection

life is sweet...enjoy a treat!

our warmest thanks!

A gift for you with love

spread the love! (for jellies or jams)

Grandma's secret recipe

Jim's famous...

made with love

bon appetit!


for a rainy day

garden grown

Jenny's best

thinking of you

a little piece of heaven

from Lea's garden

labor of love

please enjoy

Pickled chanterelles

flames-down-below hot sauce

sweetheart cookies

baby pears in honey & lemon

lullaby tea

Russian-style dill pickles

clove-and-cinnamon pickled beets

Grandma's recipe green beans

homegrown & homemade sauerkraut

really rare rose petal jam

Algerian preserved lemons

Walla Walla sweet onion relish

pickled red cabbage with apples and caraway

Zoltan's Hungarian Goulash (serve hot over pasta or potatoes)

pear chutney

wild huckleberry jam

green tomato chutney

orange and mint pears

cinnamon applesauce

red pepper sauce with Mike's secret spices

Debbie's delicious dills

Uncertain about typical beer or wine phrasing? Look below for some suggestions:



% alcohol by volume


Batch #

Brewed by Jonathan Scott


contains organic ingredients

since 2002


Private Reserve

Maxwell Bros. Brewing

Stark Street Brewing

Celebration Ale

Birthday Brew

homegrown raspberry juice



wedding ale

cascade berry liqueur

Aunt Sue's famous lemonade

mandarin orange vodka

arabica liqueur

pure tap water

muddy water lager

Picardie Avenue ale

fresh spring water

cherry leaf aperitif

marriage ale

marriage meritage

strong wedding ale.



Berthold Estates

Miller Vineyards

Estate grown and bottled

Louis Cancilla, vintner

Vinted by

mis en bouteille chez Anderson

made from homegrown grapes

vintage 2004

Estate Produced

Sonoma Valley

Grand Reserve

Kelly's Cellar

Early Harvest

Barrel Select

Covington Winery

Chateau du Bertrand ("House of Bertrand" in French; replace Bertrand with your name)

Myrtle's Table Wine


(Please note: If you are selling an alcoholic product, you'll need to follow federal labeling regulations.)