During June and July we can see if the meticulus spring work in the vineyards has positively contributed to their vigorous growth. In this months the vineyard has developed its canopy of leaves and shows how much fruit will ripen this year.
Leaves protect ripening grapes from too much sun and help them preserve their aroma until harvest. Despite this, too many leaves prevent good air circulation in the canopy.
This is why vintners trim the vines in spring to get rid of the excess shoots and bind the others into place on the trellis system to prevent tender young shoots from breaking in strong winds.
Only with a lot of patience and passion let you produce grapes!