Chateau Margaux mirror with stunning graphics featuring elegant picture showing the historic vineyard building and the maker name with bold fonts in magnificent detail with a stylish aged finish, the label on the prestige wine.
Chateau Margaux mirror with stunning graphics featuring elegant picture showing the historic vineyard building and the maker name with bold fonts in magnificent detail with a stylish aged finish, the label on the prestige wine.
Chateau Margaux mirror with stunning graphics featuring elegant picture showing the historic vineyard building and the maker name with bold fonts in magnificent detail with a stylish aged finish, the label on the prestige wine.
Chateau Margaux mirror with stunning graphics featuring elegant picture showing the historic vineyard building and the maker name with bold fonts in magnificent detail with a stylish aged finish, the label on the prestige wine.
Chateau Margaux mirror with stunning graphics featuring elegant picture showing the historic vineyard building and the maker name with bold fonts in magnificent detail with a stylish aged finish, the label on the prestige wine.
Chateau Margaux mirror with stunning graphics featuring elegant picture showing the historic vineyard building and the maker name with bold fonts in magnificent detail with a stylish aged finish, the label on the prestige wine.
Chateau Margaux mirror with stunning graphics featuring elegant picture showing the historic vineyard building and the maker name with bold fonts in magnificent detail with a stylish aged finish, the label on the prestige wine.
Chateau Margaux mirror with stunning graphics featuring elegant picture showing the historic vineyard building and the maker name with bold fonts in magnificent detail with a stylish aged finish, the label on the prestige wine.
Chateau Margaux mirror with stunning graphics featuring elegant picture showing the historic vineyard building and the maker name with bold fonts in magnificent detail with a stylish aged finish, the label on the prestige wine.
Chateau Margaux mirror with stunning graphics featuring elegant picture showing the historic vineyard building and the maker name with bold fonts in magnificent detail with a stylish aged finish, the label on the prestige wine.

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

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

Nice mid to dark coloured wooden frame.

Vintage condition with authentic signs of original patina.

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

Château Margaux, archaically La Mothe de Margaux, is a wine estate of Bordeaux wine, and was one of five wines to achieve Premier cru (first growth) status in the Bordeaux Classification of 1855. The estate's best wines are very expensive, with a bottle of Château Margaux grand vin reaching over $1,000. The estate is located in the commune of Margaux on the left bank of the Garonne estuary in the Médoc region, in the département of Gironde, and the wine is delimited to the AOC of Margaux.

The estate has been occupied since at least the 12th century, with the site occupied by a fortified castle known as Lamothe or La Mothe (from motte, a small rise in the land), and wine under names such as "Margou" and "Margous" was known in the 15th century but it was with the arrival of the Lestonnac family in the 16th century that wine production became of particular importance, and in the 1570s Pierre de Lestonnac expanded the property and cleared many of the grain fields to make way for vines.

The lineage of ownership was to continue in a relatively direct path from the Lestonnacs, though through the female side, with proprietors' names such as d'Aulède, Fumel, d'Hargicourt, including an alliance of marriage with the Pontac family of Château Haut-Brion in 1654, which became crucial to the inclusion of Château Margaux among the four first growths.

By the beginning of the 18th century, the estate comprised 265 hectares (650 acres) with a third devoted to viticulture, which is nearly identical to the modern layout.[6] As with many of Médoc's châteaux, the early 18th century saw the wine develop from a pale watery drink that faded within only a few years, to the dark, complex liquid that has been stored in cellars ever since.