10 Of The Funniest Wine Brand Names
Branding is one of the most important stages while creating a new product or service. Your brand value determines the success of your product, and the loyalty it commands from the public. This is why companies around the world spend millions on advertising and branding. The entire branding process begins by picking the right name for the product. The perfect name manages to make an impression while also sticking to the memory of the consumer. Unfortunately, a lot of products have some terrible names. Wines with bad names may not do much harm, because you tend to not remember the name of the wine at the end of the night anyways. Here is a list of 10 of the funniest brand names around.
At least this frog has a crown on his head. It must mean that he is a royal frog, so his piss might not be that bad after all, right?
People who drink wine are sometimes considered snooty. This issue is not fixed by drinking a wine called Arrogant Frog.
Cat’s Pee On A Blueberry Bush
This sounds like the name of a really bad children’s book. The logo and sticker on the bottle suggests the same as well.
This bottle is reserved for that special day when your girlfriend breaks your heart.
Oops! The first word that slips out of your mouth in the morning after you have had too much wine and made some terrible mistakes.
Have you ever drank wine at a church? It isn’t very good right? Maybe they should get some of the blasted church wine.
Le Vin De Merde
This might sound like a fancy name for a wine, but those of you who speak French know that this translates to ‘Wine of shite’ or ‘the shit wine’.
Elephant On A Tightrope
‘Elephant on a tightrope’ sounds like the name of a jazz club. Unfortunately, it is just the name of a silly wine. And after a couple of glasses of this wine, or maybe the bottle, you won’t be able to walk in a straight line, let alone on a tight rope.
Housewives always complain that not enough advertising is being directed towards them. I don’t think this wine is the answer to that problem.
This wine may be named after the shape of the bottle, or the maker who enjoyed a lot of cheese with his wine.