8 Stunning Wine Tattoo Ideas For Wine Lovers

Flaunt your love for fine wine with some of these mesmerizing wine tattoos.

Written by , MA (Mass Communication & Journalism) Joyce Joyson MA (Mass Communication & Journalism) linkedin_icon
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If you are someone who celebrates happy occasions or unwinds at the end of the day with a glass of red, a wine tattoo may be just the ink for you! Draw the crowd’s attention at any party by getting your first drink immortalized on your body. After all, wine tattoos give off the cool, nonchalant vibe that anyone would love to exude. Whether simple or intricate, these tattoos make for some of the most unique body art as well. That is why we have curated some of the most trending wine tattoo designs for you to take cues from. Read on!

8 Beautiful Wine Tattoos For Wine Connoisseurs

Make your love for wine known to all! Take a look at this collection of enchanting wine tattoos and get inspired for your next body art!

1. Wine Bottle Tattoo

Wine bottle tattoo on the upper arm
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The gorgeous bottle of wine inked on the upper arm looks sleek as hell. The shading on the wine bottle helps to add a perception of depth and makes the artwork look more realistic. This tattoo can signify appreciation for finer things in life, sophistication, uniqueness, and merriment.

2. Cat Wine Glass Tattoo

Cat wine glass tattoo on the wrist
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Who said wine tattoos can’t be cute and quirky? This tiny, wine glass tattoo located on the inner wrist with the cat inside the glass looks endearing, and playful at the same time. Also, the black silhouette of the cat against the light backdrop of the cup creates stark visual contrast and makes the artwork even more engaging. Plus, the black double outline in the inkwork helps to bring together different elements and makes the wine glass appear more well-defined.

3. Small Wine Glass Tattoo

Small wine glass tattoo on the ankle
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This teeny-weeny wine glass tattoo is fun and cute! The sparkling red wine in the glass depicted using negative space, gives this tattoo a clean and minimalistic. The strategic shading and swirls in the wine glass helps to add a sense of dynamism to the ink work. Also, this tattoo is great for those who are looking for something subtle.

4. Matching Wine Glass Tattoo

Matching wine glass tattoos on lower arms
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Friends who stay together get wine tattoos together! These tattoos look pretty at the same time and are perfect for you and your wine-loving friends. The red wine inside the glass is represented through black and red tones and the negative space further helps to add a sense of depth and dimension to the ink work.

5. Broken Wine Glass Tattoo

Broken wine glass tattoo on the lower arm
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The black outline work tattoo looks spellbindingly beautiful. While a broken wine glass tattoo can convey bad luck or impending danger. This artwork helps to emphasize the fragility and beauty of life. The black-bold, thin lines help to draw attention to the broken glass fragments and the shattered pieces of the wine glass. This design is perfect for those who have a thing for clean aesthetics.

6. Small Wine Tattoo

Small wine tattoo on the wrist
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This classic small tattoo design makes for a great tattoo! This tattoo represents love, excitement, passion, and unwillingness to stay confined to a few things in life. The surface tension of the red wine is beautifully articulated using swirling red lines coming out of the glass.

7. Red Wine Tattoo

Red wine tattoo near the collarbone
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If you love the idea of red wine poured into a glass, then you be delighted every time you see yourself in a mirror. The tall wine glass elaborated with thin, black lines looks simple. We feel they will never fall from favor! Placed just beneath the collarbones, this tattoo allows for easy visibility. And we are pretty sure it will catch everyone’s eyes!

8. Cat Drinking Wine Tattoo

Cat with a wine glass on the upper arm
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If you love cats and love wine then why not get them etched on your skin together? This cute tattoo is humorous and is bound to get you a smile or two when an onlooker sees it. This tattoo not only signifies your love for the feline creature but also brings out your unique personality, and showcases how you can think out of the box.

Wine tattoos look appealing and getting them inked is the perfect way to honor the wine lover in you. These are perfect tattoos for those who like to tread the unconventional path. From dainty to bold, these tattoos are too good to be ignored! To make it more personalized you can add different elements to your tattoo.

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Joyce Joyson
Joyce JoysonBeauty & Lifestyle Writer
Joyce Joyson is a beauty and lifestyle writer with over a year of experience crafting short-form content for the beauty, fashion, and lifestyle niches. She has a triple majors bachelor’s degree in History, Political Science, and Geography from IIS University and a master’s degree in Mass Communication and Journalism from Kristu Jayanti College.

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Asmita De
Asmita DeAssociate Editor
Asmita De is an associate editor with over three years of experience. She graduated in English Literature from the University of Calcutta. She has collaborated with several digital companies and reputed publishing houses as an editor.

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Shreya Mukherjee
Shreya MukherjeeBeauty & Lifestyle Writer
Shreya is a beauty and lifestyle writer with two years of experience. After graduating from Christ University, Bengaluru, she started as a writer for a non-profit organization, Bhumi, as an intern. She then wrote for a progressive content website.

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