I would go along with you. I like a simple uncluttered label. I recall something I read in a book set in Japan once where a local is explaining to a European that the less information on a Japanese person’s business card the more important they were and, if a card only had a name on it and nothing else you were in the presence of a seriously important person. The principle being that everyone should already know everything about them.
Then there was @Herbster’s comment:
which though I’m sure at least partly in jest does have an element of truth to it. There are certain styles of label that are almost expected for certain regions and styles. CNdP for example seems to require that certain old fashioned font.
One of the things I like about buying wine online is that here I find the label to be of much less significance as I’m not making my buying decisions by browsing a long row of different bottles.