The arrival of March and the new season means it is time to prune the vines.
Pruning is a core vineyard task, since it is the root of the quality and quantity of the grapes that will eventually be harvested.
The first pruning of the vine takes place in winter, once the leaves have all fallen and the sap no longer flows.
However, the vines also need pruning in spring, sometimes called green pruning, and this is carried out early in the season. The aim is to thin out the excess shoots on the vine and back up the winter pruning.
For optimum results you need the hard work and know-how of a specialist team, who can enhance the growth and eventual harvesting of the best possible grapes, the fundamental requirement for all great wines.