A photo shoot of an excellent wine: Cabernet Franc 2017.
Reflective glass surfaces
Photographing glass surfaces is a real professional challenge. It requires patience and creative thinking, always in the right situation and with the right equipment.
Glass and chrome surfaces reflect everything, so you need to plan your photography to reduce post-production.
In this case, I have tried to resolve the simplicity of the composition by the contrast of the colours used for the lighting.
I was happy to photograph this subject because I wanted to keep the post-production work to a minimum, so I had to be creative in order to get the final image as close as possible to the reality I photographed.
Quality wines sell themselves
This post is not sponsored, I just wanted to capture this precious vintage to a standard that reflects the fantastic flavours of the wine. This is what happens when a product “works”. Who would I send it to? “To everyone who loves it”:) (of course, only for people over 18+ and only for modest consumption)
Csóbor winery’s Cabernet Franc product photography
Something else to mention about wine:
- was ranked 44th in the 100 best Hungarian wines
- Szent Vince Borrend Békés County Knight’s Chair – Gold Chamipon Award – Gyula 2020
The winery’s description of the wine:
Green pepper fragrance, mixed with barrique notes, blackberry on the palate, delicately fruity and tannic. Despite a difficult vintage in 2016, this is a juicy, full-bodied red wine. It is an ideal accompaniment to red meat dishes at 16-18°C.