In the summer months, winegrowers do several different “green works” in the vineyard to regulate the quality of the grapes and consequently the wine. “Green works” refers to all vineyard tasks which affect the leaf surface area, such as: leaf
Grapevine is an interesting plant not only that it produce some of the best fruit on earth which can be transformed into the wine, but also as the plant itself. Grapevine is a permanent plant but differs from other permanent
Why March and April are the best months (on Northen hemisphere) to set up the weather stations in your vineyard?
Spring has just arrived on Northern hemisphere, this year on the 20. of March. And with the last few weeks of beautiful sunny
The spring is coming and with the sunny days, the vines will slowly awaken from winter hibernation.
In viticulture, cover cropping refers to crop planting between and under the rows of vines, in order to improve the management of the vineyard. Cover cropping is no new invention, even though lately with the increased interest in organic and
Agriculture has a big influence on the environment, it contributes to climate change and global warming. With the use of
One of the most important decisions for a winemaker is when to harvest. Grapes should be harvested in their full maturity; because better the grapes better the wine.
But how do you know the exact time?
Summer is already in a full swing. On Northern hemisphere, most of the grapes are getting ready for harvest, while some have already been picked. And while we are waiting for new vintage to come, warm weather calls for a refreshment. During hot