From the 14th to 22nd December 2013 the Louis Jadot Cellars in Beaune will get into the festive season and play host to an art exhibition featuring both contemporary photography and religious sculptures from the 14th to 17th centuries.
Titled 'Resonance', the exhibition pays homage to the heritage of the local region. French Photographer and architect Ferrante Ferranti will be presenting his images of the French landscape and stonework taken under the Autumn sunshine, while art lover Gaël Favier will present statues and sculptures inherited from the golden age of the Grand Duchy of Burgundy.
Louis Jadot's cellars, normally a hidden temple for the maturing of their wines, were chosen as a fitting venue for this exhibition. Louis Jadot President, Pierre Henry-Gagey comments: "This distinctive exhibition will give visitors the chance to walk through our historic cellars which are filled with the perfume of our grand cru wines, emanating from the local countryside. These aromas have a wonderful resonance with the landscape photography and historic local sculptures and statues that are being shown. We are proud to play host to such talented artists."
The exhibition is open from midday to 7pm each day. The entry fee is seven euros and visitors receive a glass of Louis Jadot wine.