In order to increase grape production, grape vines need to be pruned back to a single cane with two to three buds per cane
Trimmed canes are pulled out from the grape vine
Remaining canes are gently tied to the trellis system being very careful not to break it while curving them.
In order to favorite the growth of the fruits, even the single buds are tied to the trellis system.
Once grapes start to grow, we remove exceeding leaves and the tiniest clusters.
Sometimes it may happen that clusters grow stacked into the trellis system. For these reason we help clusters descends vertically to help them grow.
Part of leaves are trimmed to let the clusters absorb the maximum amount of sap.
The tiniest berries are manually removed in order to shape clusters to become aesthetically perfect for the harvest.
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