Le Chateau d` Olero™
- It first served as a monastery, looming high above France/'s Bay
of Biscay. The early monks who lived there were pious, prayerful ––
and also distilled some of the best brandies in the Bordeaux region.
In its second life, the site was transformed into a rambling estate
for the Olero family, and brandy gave way to fine wines, with a tasting
room located high in the domed apse that topped the basilica. Though
you can/'t accompany today/'s villagers as they occaionally stumble
across remnants of cork and cask, you can raise a toast with this
Moment in Time clock that celebrates the spirit of grand architecture.
- Beautifully produced with fade-resistant inks, the antique dial
is carefully mounted on a laser cut, 1/4" thick, panel base and
features antique black hands.
- Quartz, battery operated movement.
- Movement: Quartz
Diameter: 25" (64 cm)