The minimum focal length for this lens is 1.5 feet, so I had to roll the bottle away from me far enough to get the small (maybe 5-pt.) type in focus. At an aperture of 1.8, the depth of field is so shallow that only a very small area of the label is in focus (image #1). If I drank much of this in one sitting, that would probably be my view (ha ha). In the second image, I shut down the aperture to 3.5, and the depth of field increased to a point where more of the label is visible. I tried to crop both images to a similar size, but as both shots are hand-held, I'm sure the original distance from the bottle changed somewhat.
Shot in Av (aperture priority), so the camera selected a matching shutter speed.
Image #1: Shutter speed 1/200, f/1.8, 50mm, ISO 800
Image #2 (below) Shutter 1/50, f3.5, 50mm ISO 800
Subtle differences, but visible if viewed full-size.