The label you refer to seems only to have braille, thus is is useless to all those who cannot read braille. There are labels that have braille on an otherwise standard label.
That’s great, a burgundy wine made from hermitage grapes, they just missed the source being North AfricaWhat is the point of having a label entirely in braille? First off, I hardly think blind people go into shops fondling all the bottles until they come across a label with braille. Secondly, how is a person who cannot "read" braille know what the wine is unless the store has a shelf tag that is not in braille. By this logic wine stores should have braille shelf tags for the wines with non-braille labels and of course regular labels for the braille labeled wines.
Anyway, a throwback label from Australia that I am fond of, unfashionable but endearing:
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