This past week in London an American photographer won the £1,000 prize by Sophie Wren, UK brand Manager for Errazuriz. He also took home a year’s worth supply of Errazuriz wine. Why? Because he took one of the world’s best wine photos.
“The competition was intensely fierce. Over 7,000 images and films were entered and the standard was phenomenal. Robert’s image stood out from the rest for its beautiful lighting and atmosphere, which takes you right into the picture,” said Wren.
Check out his photo below, along with others who were shortlisted for various categories.
Kir by John Armstrong Miller
Tain l’Hermitage by Tim Clinch
Processing Merlot at Duckhorn Vineyards by Robert Holmes
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The announcement of the best wine photos of 2016 has showcased the beauty and artistry captured through the lens. These captivating images transport us into the enchanting world of winemaking, vineyards, and wine culture.
From picturesque landscapes to intricate details of wine barrels and glasses, the winning photos have celebrated the passion and dedication of photographers who have artfully captured the essence of wine. Each image tells a unique story, evoking emotions and enticing our senses. These exceptional photographs remind us of the extraordinary connection between wine and the human experience. They inspire us to appreciate the craftsmanship, history, and diversity found in every bottle. Whether we are wine enthusiasts, professionals, or simply admirers of visual art, these remarkable images serve as a testament to the enduring allure of wine and its ability to capture our imagination.