Brandy Conde de Osborne Solera Gran Reserva Brandy Dali (Bottled Late 1960s)
Conde de Osborne Solera Gran Reserva brandy bottle was commissioned by Osborne for Salvador Dalí to design in collaboration with the ceramist and sculptor Antonio Cumella Xavier Cordero in 1964 description. The bottle is made with white porcelain and is an authentic sculpture reflecting the spirit, the class, and the elegance of one of the greatest names in the history of Jerez brandies: Osborne. The prototype for the milk glass decanter was handblown by Vidrieras Catalanas and is crowned by an indigo ceramic stopper created by potter Antoni Cumella. The presentation of Conde de Osborne Solera Gran Reserva from Jerez D.E. is the creation of Osborne Bodegos. It is made in an artistic tradition that goes back over 200 years. Count of Osborne is a brandy with an average age of over 10 years that is aged in the Santa Maria port, and the barrels where this magnificent brandy is aged have previously contained Pedro Ximénez.
This particular bottle is from the Late 1960s, kept in the Bern's Steak House Cellar since its original purchase. Some of the brandy has evaporated due to the years, but the bottle is fully intact.