Les Fancous Vineyard, the Debluë family’s wine estate since 1982, has seven hectares of vines spread between Founex and Nyon. The wines of this estate are regularly awarded prizes, in particular the Lauriers d’Or Terravin, a quality label that highlights the heritage of the canton of Vaud.
The objective for our team was to give a photo and video identity to the Domaine Les Fancous as part of the project to redesign the domain’s website managed by our communication agency. Highlighting the different trades of the vineyards and the cellar, showing the evolution of the vine over the seasons and the different stages of production, these were the key words of our achievements.
The shootings were diverse to allow our team to meet these varied objectives. Shoots highlighting the different main places of wine making but also all the human aspects of this traditional production. Human intervention is important for the estate, working by hand is present at all stages of the manufacturing process, particularly during harvesting.
The techniques used during the shootings were also varied: photo, video and drone productions. Our photographers/video makers have used our drone for aerial views of the vines, the estate, the mountain landscape and the lake. The close-up shots highlighted the grape varieties, the harvest and the entire production process up to the finished product.
Our shootings were carried out at different times of the year in order to show the evolution of the vine over the seasons, the vines presenting new colours, new production stages and new challenges with each new season.
The production process was in the spotlight for our creations, allowing us to show the stages of production, from the vine to the bottling.