Plaque Michelin BORDEAUX Gc10
Bordeaux, the old city of the famous French wines of the same name. Founded in the 3rd century BC with the name Burdigala.
In Langoiran, a wine-growing place 25 Km south of Bordeaux, this Plaque Michelin has been hanging on the “Grande communication 10”, the current D10, since the early 1930s.
Our Plaque Michelin Bordeaux is an exact reproduction of the panneau in Langoiran
The reproduction, like the original, consists of 2 plates and is of the highest quality.
The material is solid beech wood, completely handmade and hand painted, and of course the special, authentic Michelin font with its peculiarities, which give the plaque its authentic look. Even the back is a work of art in itself.
This panneau comes with a Vinsign certificate, a unique production number and a luxury postcard with photo and description of the original.
Dimensions: 875 x 550 mm
Weight: 12.5 Kg.
Price on request