Removes all the branches
During winter when our dear vines are sleeping and all the sap is safely resting down in the roots, we prune them. This practise removes all the branches used for the last vintage and sees us gently and very precisely cutting the plant down to the main trunk and two permanent shoots trained in a T-shape along the lower wire.
Select the optimal shoots
Here, we select the optimal shoots for the coming vintage, usually three or four on each permanent shoot and six to eight in total per vine. When the sap rises again as the weather warms up, the vine generates a perfectly balanced number of new shoots in order for us to reach the optimal quality and balance for the vine and grapes.