It's rare that I purchase a bottle of wine purely to photograph it but that's why I bought this wine. That's because I really like the label's art deco style. Considering that it's a Mendoza Malbec, there is little chance that the wine won't be at least a worthy value. La Posta (translation: the tavern) is a winery made up of a group of small winemakers that get together occasionally in a local tavern to discuss farming the vineyards and making the wine. This label isn't just gorgeous; it's also informative. It is the first front label I remember explaining either the wine's taste or its aromas. It explains both. Setup The background is translucent art paper. A small continuous-light lamp flagged with matte black aluminum foil to control the light falling on the background was above the subject slightly on the left. A white reflector on the left added the reflections to that side of the bottle to add interest and help define shape. I especially like that the curvature of the bottle's shoulder produced the reflections in a shape that so nicely complements the shape of the top and bottom edges of the label.