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I rather like the contrast between the bright and new, ultra-modern spotlights and the rough-hewn, cellar ceiling still in place after hundreds of years of use. This area of the Freixenet cellars may have seen its last bottle of wine decades ago but the space is still utilised as part of the audio-visual tour.

Spot Lights in the Freixenet Cellars – the latest in the Sunday Snapshots series of photographs with a wine related theme, whether bottles, glasses, vineyards or the back scenes of wineries.

Spot Lights, Freixenet Museum, Spain

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