Certified HVE and Organic. Winter pruning starts in November, using Guyot simple short-arched techniques (max 10 buds), tied up close along the wire to optimize good aeration and prevent leaves packing (against Mildew). Spring starts with 2 mechanical ridging/ploughing back to kill weeds and protect younger vines against frost. These tasks are followed by suckering (removing the excess of branches) and disbudding the vines to control the yield’s quality. When necessary, a very limited quantity of organic compounds is applied. End of May through mid-July, Yann is tying up again the spur in between the wires without pruning. After that, until end of August, this is the time for a final plowing and mechanical trimming. Harvests start in September, entirely done by hand and by plot, when pick maturity is reached.