A LALIQUE CREATION FOR CHÂTEAU LAFAURIE-PEYRAGUEY

Silvio Denz, a lover of both art and wine, has combined his passions.

René Lalique, who designed a collection of “Yquem” carafes and glasses in 1934, and a “Barsac” collection in 1939.

In 1922, he also created a bottle for Clos Sainte-Odile, the wine produced by his friend Pierre Weissenburger in Alsace. Bottles and carafes are thus a long-standing tradition at LALIQUE.
A LALIQUE CREATION FOR CHÂTEAU LAFAURIE-PEYRAGUEY

Continuing the work of René Lalique, Silvio Denz is creating a special bottle for Château Lafaurie-Peyraguey, based on one of the artist’s original designs and bearing the LALIQUE emblem.

The engraving of “Femme et Raisins”, a piece created by René Lalique on 28 September 1928 in white press-moulded glass on a silver background.

The original was recessed into the woodwork of the wagons-lit of the Côte d’Azur Pullman Express, which started operating in 1929.

René Lalique’s engraving of “Femme et Raisins” is now getting a new lease of life on an engraved bottle of Château Lafaurie-Peyraguey, starting with the 2013 vintage.