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The History Of Wine On One Handy Poster

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Ever cracked open a bottle of Chateauneuf Du Pape and wondered where it came from, only to finish the bottle and forget you ever asked the question?

Well, Pop Chart Lab have put together this handy poster that documents the "family history" and relationship between the world's best-known wines.

The chart itself was a massive undertaking: the realisation of a year's worth of research and design, it traces the ancestry of 640 grapes including Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Reisling and Chardonnay in one 39" x 27" family tree.

Limited to a print run of 1,000, each chart is signed by the artists and comes in a Pop Chart Lab Test Tube.

Truly, this is one "cellar" cast. Or do we mean cask? 

Click on the image below to trace the heritage of your favourite grog.

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