A severe pruning and disbudding in the
spring, then thinning at the beginning of
ripening --all adapted to each grape variety—ensures maturation and
maximum concentration as well as a
controlled production. No work or
treatment is done arbitrarily to the
vines, but rather with respect to nature
and the environment often to the
extent that grass is left to grow
between the vines !
Each plot thus receives the care
necessary for its particular situation
based on the needs and the
equilibrium of its plants..