The spectators and the local residents could not believe their eyes when they saw hundreds of drones light up the sky to make the shapes of a wine bottle and a glass to mark the end of the Bordeaux Wine Festival in France.
The four-day event took place last week when hundreds of drones gathered to show a spectacular view to the people present at the event on the banks of the Garonne, according to the video uploaded on social media.
The video was uploaded by a Twitter user whose caption read: “Drones used in the Wine Festival celebrations illuminated the night. France, Bordeaux.”
The users on the internet were amazed and mesmerised to see the spectacular view as they started to express how they felt about it.
The video has more than 10 million views with thousands of likes and retweets.
A user on Twitter wrote: “Who needs fireworks when you have drones with a taste for wine? It was a breathtaking fusion of artistry and technology, reminding us that even the noblest of traditions can embrace the wonders of the digital age.”
Another one also said: “Drones take graphic design and marketing to another level!”
A third user said: “Terrific! What an interesting use of technology in marketing!”
Bordeaux Tourism website noted that “the annual wine festival in Bordeaux and the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region was conducted from June 22-25.”
“During the 4-day festival, visitors discover the great diversity of wines from Bordeaux and its region through a wide range of events.”
This year, 400 drones illuminated the skies of Bordeaux during two evening shows and were operated by the French company Dronisos.