At the Heart of the Grape Harvest

The grape harvest has begun on the Côté d’Azur and will continue until October around France. It’s an important moment for the winemakers and wine lovers! The photographer José Nicolas pays tribute to this event through a series of photographs. Prepare to be dazzled.
By Caroline Taret

Via a selection of about fifty photographs, José Nicolas recounts the grape harvest in Provence. Snapshots that privilege the details, allowing us to enter in the very substance of the leaves or the grapes ready to be picked, to the hands of these seasoned and passionate winemakers.

A circuit through the wineries of Provence, in color, a graphic escape that makes one want to participate in the hard work of the harvest and so enjoy its beauty and the precision of each gesture. From the vine to the table, a voyage to the heart of the grape harvest.

At the Heart of the Grape Harvest
At the Heart of the Grape Harvest

Provence

Photography José Nicolas
At the Heart of the Grape Harvest
At the Heart of the Grape Harvest
Provence
Photography José Nicolas
At the Heart of the Grape Harvest
At the Heart of the Grape Harvest
Provence
Photography José Nicolas

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