Wine has always had a place in art and has even inspired many painters, sculptors, musicians and writers. This drink even had its own god, Bacchus, whom you certainly know. Moreover, the wine has survived the ages and has always accompanied strong moments, which has resulted in him being immortalized in many historical and religious paintings, such as the “Wedding of Cana” of Veronese or “The Last Supper” by Leonardo da Vinci.
The Art Of Combining Work And Wine
Wine and art have one thing in common: the “collection” side. Some bottles are already worth hundreds of euros out of the cellar and keep precious, as we keep a masterpiece of Monet or Van Gogh. Over time, they become more valuable because of their rarity.
The famous estate, which was the first classified growth on the lands of the Médoc, has understood this close relationship and has used it since the release of its first bottles. The castle has put forward different artists of the time on each of its vintages.
The organization of the label is a very elaborate brand strategy that has remained the same: the representation of the contemporary work, in relation to the imaginary wine takes