The land is tilled every year, except for those where the vines are very vigorous. There, so that the energy is concentrated on grape production instead of producing so many shoots or shoots, the grass is left to grow.
In May or June, green pruning is carried out, which consists of selecting the shoots that will produce the bunches of grapes. This is followed by the stripping, where, once the cluster has formed, the suckers are removed from each vine shoot.
From August onwards, leaf removal. With the arrival of the vegetative stop, the leaves that cover the clusters are removed to allow more sunlight to reach them. Then, the gulas that grow vertically are cut so that they do not protrude, the de-leafing.
And depending on the weather each year, in October-November the grapes are harvested, which turns into a party with friends, where the bunches are picked by hand in 15-kilo boxes.