The 12 greatest Chateau Mouton Rothschild labels (and 3 duds)

Chris Losh

Chris Losh

30 November 2017

From Cocteau to Kapoor, Chateau Mouton Rothschild has been commissioning top artists to create the labels for its first wine for over 90 years. Most recently, collaborating with German artist Gerhard Richter. So, we thought it was time to pick out some of our favourites (and a few that we're not so keen on).

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