The love of the vegetal and the worry of the well done work conduce us to look a lot after our vines to reach the best quality as possible for our wines. Each winegrower will tell you that it is in the vine where the wine is made, and not in the cellar. Facing the nature, we have to remain humble, trying to tame it rather than putting it down. We look for the best adequacy between the strength, the yield and the sunshine functions of the “soil potential” and the vintage effect.
In every case, the objective is to obtain :
- An sprawl of the grapes to avoid they touch each other,
- An important height of the leaves (around ….)
- A thin out of the leaves around the grape to favour maturities.
- Weeded ranks or worked ground one rank on two