The prestige wine's label follows with the elegant look and grand cru status. Background comes in a luscious wine shade to link the piece's design, with a border of vine and grapes with an attractive gold tone and a noir strip
The prestige wine's label follows with the elegant look and grand cru status. Background comes in a luscious wine shade to link the piece's design, with a border of vine and grapes with an attractive gold tone and a noir strip
The prestige wine's label follows with the elegant look and grand cru status. Background comes in a luscious wine shade to link the piece's design, with a border of vine and grapes with an attractive gold tone and a noir strip
The prestige wine's label follows with the elegant look and grand cru status. Background comes in a luscious wine shade to link the piece's design, with a border of vine and grapes with an attractive gold tone and a noir strip
The prestige wine's label follows with the elegant look and grand cru status. Background comes in a luscious wine shade to link the piece's design, with a border of vine and grapes with an attractive gold tone and a noir strip
The prestige wine's label follows with the elegant look and grand cru status. Background comes in a luscious wine shade to link the piece's design, with a border of vine and grapes with an attractive gold tone and a noir strip
The prestige wine's label follows with the elegant look and grand cru status. Background comes in a luscious wine shade to link the piece's design, with a border of vine and grapes with an attractive gold tone and a noir strip
The prestige wine's label follows with the elegant look and grand cru status. Background comes in a luscious wine shade to link the piece's design, with a border of vine and grapes with an attractive gold tone and a noir strip
The prestige wine's label follows with the elegant look and grand cru status. Background comes in a luscious wine shade to link the piece's design, with a border of vine and grapes with an attractive gold tone and a noir strip
The prestige wine's label follows with the elegant look and grand cru status. Background comes in a luscious wine shade to link the piece's design, with a border of vine and grapes with an attractive gold tone and a noir strip

Vintage wine bar advertising Chateau Latour mirror, French wall art, grand cru, home accents, luxury interior design, retro vineyard sign

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Beautiful vintage wine bar advertising mirror. Chateau Latour has stunning graphics featuring elegant pictures showing the historic vineyard building and the maker name with bold fonts in magnificent detail with a stylish aged finish. The prestige wine's label follows with the elegant look and grand cru status. Background comes in a luscious wine shade to link the piece's design, with a border of vine and grapes with an attractive gold tone and a noir strip that sets off the colours and further decorative motifs.

Excellent mid to dark-coloured wooden frame.

Vintage condition with authentic signs of original patina.

Height: 49cm
Length: 44cm
Width: 2cm

Château Latour is a French wine estate rated First Growth under the 1855 Bordeaux Classification. Latour lies at the very southeastern tip of the commune of Pauillac in the Médoc region to the north-west of Bordeaux, at its border with Saint-Julien, and only a few hundred metres from the banks of the Gironde estuary.

The site has been occupied since at least 1331, when Tor à Saint-Lambert was built by Gaucelme de Castillon, and the estate dating to at least 1378. A garrison fort was built 300 metres from the estuary to guard against attack during the Hundred Years' War. The tower, the name mutating with time to La Tour en Saint-Mambert and Saint-Maubert, gave its name to the estate around the fortress and was in English hands until the Battle of Castillon in 1453 and its destruction by the forces of the King of France. The original tower no longer exists, but in the 1620s, a circular tower (La Tour de Saint-Lambert) was built on the estate named after Simon Ledwidge. Though it is designed as a pigeon roost, it remains a potent symbol of the vineyard. Though two centuries apart, this building is said to have been constructed using the original edifice.

Vines have existed on the site since the 14th century, and Latour's wine received some early recognition, discussed in the 16th century in Essays by Montaigne. Near the end of the 16th century, the estate's several smallholdings had been accumulated by the de Mullet family into one property.