The 4th edition of the Printemps de Pomerol festival opens today. Created by the commune of Pomerol near Bordeaux and its viticultural trade association, this weekend will be all about good wine and photography. “This event has a meaning and a history,” said artistic director Dominique Vayron. “The program is highly concentrated, intense, very powerful. We demand quality without being elitist. And we are at the heart of the creative process: making art and making wine both require an attentive eye.”
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