De Castellane (1966)

Cultured and refined connoisseurs of champagne, you are in the right place! 

In 1895, the champagne house De Castellane was founded by Viscount Florens de Castellane in France. This brand became a popular choice for Champagne drinkers during the Belle Epoque thanks to its association with an old regiment of wine that had used the same red diagonal Cross of Saint Andrew as their emblem since 1704. The bold red cross is still printed on every bottle today. De Castellane remains one of Europe's most prestigious drink brands nearly 150 years later under Laurent-Perrier ownership. 

This elegant vintage poster for De Castellane is a luxurious and rare collectible that can be shown off on any wall, or neatly tucked away in the wine-cellar. The white gloves say it all, get ready to splash some class on your favorite space. 

Size: 17 1/2 x 23 3/4"

Condition: Very Good. Minor border wear. Conservation mounted on linen.

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