Burgundy Wines and Climates museum
The route starts in the half-light, in front of the overlaying multimedia screens, built up like geological strata. The cold light of the screens bathes the room. A few discreet and intensive points of light create luminous landmarks around the screens, guiding the visitors.The visit continues, guided by the strata that accompany the movements of the scenography. Warm light reveals the layers poetry, their difference in colour, thickness and material. Lines of LED lighting underline the play of superimposed folds and hollows formed by the layers. Artificial lighting is integrated into architectural elements such as walls and display cases. The objects on display play a major role in the lighting scenography; they are eye-catching. The atmosphere is intimate, welcoming and vibrant. The visit ends with the Cave aux Arômes, the sensitive heart of the exhibition. The light atmosphere of the space is tinted with all the colours of wine through the projection of images on the walls. The showcases housing the wine glasses are illuminated with a directed and very bright light. This lighting accentuates the preciousness of the nectar and invades the space thanks to a play of light reflections on the liquids, precious and animated by the visitors.
scenography of a living patrimony