Champagne Taittinger Collection Poster
by André Masson, 1987
For this vintage, André Masson has composed a moving tribute to the wine of Champagne and to the region where he once fought.
Thus, this golden spot in the middle of the bottle represents the vision that all men have on the battlefields that line the Champagne countryside. The fireworks of a shell in the night. The moment when the soul lets go of reality... André Masson died in Paris in October 1987, a few months after having contributed to the Taittinger Collection
In 1983, Claude Taittinger created the Taittinger Collection; he enlisted the help of some of the greatest contemporary artists to highlight the House's vintage Grands Crus.
The bottle becomes both a support and a field of inspiration for a creation signed as a work by a prestigious artist. The Hungarian artist Vasarely created the first piece of this unique art gallery, which has been enriched over the years by contributions from André Masson, Roy Lichtenstein, Imaï, Rauschenberg and Amadou Sow. In 2016, the latest edition will feature a work by the famous French-Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado. To be savored with the eyes, with the taste buds, or to be jealously preserved, these limited edition bottles are unfortunately not always accessible.
The Taittinger Collection includes only 13 editions, as prestigious as they are rare, for which Taittinger highlights some of its most beautiful vintages sublimated by the creation of legendary artists. Discover this unique gallery
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