@Mark_L@rjquillin@Winedavid49 I’d like that too but I think it defeats a marketing strategy of « better buy now just to make sure you don’t miss it »
the old bouncing button was also very effective without giving too much info about % sold and rate of purchase, until the end-times.
EDIT and we all know that the threat of « end-times » makes people do all sorts of silly things like stock up their cellars way beyond any normally-accepted rate of consumption, and with complete disregard for available storage space.
a creepy doll image? no, probably not appropriate…
however, a back label photo would be great. Often you can tell a lot about the producer’s intentions from the info presented, or lack thereof.
for me, if the label has no specifics but has copy/paste generic marketing happy talk like « wine has been enjoyed by families for many generations. enjoy this wine with your family and friends so all are happy in the land of the little bunnies », then I usually avoid it.