Heatwave Work done as part of the house of Ruinart Award Exhibition at the Promenade, Grand Palais, 7 – 10 November If photography and champagne share a common denominator, it is light. While the first is written only with light, the second feeds on it. The king of wines is born from the control of the impact of light rays at all stages of its manufacture. The inclination of the slopes is thus calculated at best to capture the sun’s rays. The cellars are scrupulously protected from UV rays that could give champagne a “taste of light” thus spoiling the...
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