(45cm x 35cm)
This poster image promotes various products distilled by the Champagne Montebello Company of France in the 1920's - Cordon Noir, Cordon Blanc,Maximum Sec, and Brut. Montebello was a Champagne house in Mareuil-sur-Aÿ that once was a recognised name. The history of this house goes back to when the Montebello brothers (Napoléon-Auguste, Alfred, and Gustave) bought the Château de Mareuil-sur-Aÿ (built in 1765) in 1830, together with its extensive vineyards. The company was founded in 1834 as Alfred de Montebello. Its business ceased in 1929, a time of economic difficulties.
The poster's text shows the name of the General Agents Bernardo Jurado Blanco based in Caracas. The artist of the poster is Anonymous.
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