The vineyard comes to life when the first signs of warm weather appear. The roots then grow sap in the soil, which is carried to the extremity of branches. The push is so strong that sap even appears on the vine shoots We therefore say that the vine is “crying”.
This is the signal for the spring pruning. The first buds open gradually and tiny leaves, still fragile, open up.
BINDING: The vine grows and blossoms. It is therefore necessary to guide it, by attaching the branches of the vine to string.
BUD BREAK: The vineyard comes to life as soon as the sun reaches an average temperature of 10°C. The buds break out and leaves appear.