And no person who drinks old wine then desires the new, for they say “The old is better” (Luke 5:39)
These vintage fine wines from France are painted in a vertical portrait position and then stored hanging in the proper sideways landscape manner. Either openly displayed with a connoisseur pride or safe-kept on racks or conserved inside wooden crates in a freeport-esque cellar, this dust collection of investment time-pieces when enjoyed at maturity rewards the persevered resistance to an indulgence of uncorked fleeting consumption.
Oil on linen, dust
12" x 18 inches
30.48cm x 45.72cm
24” x 36 inches / 61cm x 91,5cm
This vintage fine wine from the Burgundy region of France is painted in a vertical portrait position and then stored hanging in the proper sideways landscape manner.
The Methuselah size holds 6 litres or the equivalent of 8 bottles. This larger size retains content longer as there is less oxygen trapped in the neck compared to the standard size bottles.
** this bottle sold at auction in 2013 at Sotheby's for $110,000usd