Drawn in 1928 by a French Artist who was not French

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Drawn in 1928 by a French Artist who was not French

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A scottish artist called George Massiot Brown approached Sandeman for business in 1928. At the time, French posters were very much in vogue.

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Ingeniously, George signed his artwork as G. Massiot to hide his scottish origins and pretend to be French.

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And so was born the very first iconic logo for a wine: the remarkable silhouette of our Don.

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