There is a lot going on in the vineyard during a season. From pruning, cutting the grass, weeding, green harvesting and to final harvesting. Everything to get the best possible quality of the grapes, and thus the best possible quality of the wine! The quality of a good wine depends very much on the quanlity of the grapes, and it depends on doing a good job in the winery.
We try to treat our vineyard as nature-friendly as possible. There are many philosophies to choose from when it comes to growing grapes. Organic, biodynamic, natural wine… We have chosen to pick out some principles we believe in. We do not use pesticides in our vineyard, and we cut the grass and the weed under the vines. This is a choice we have made because we do not want any traces of pesticides in the wine. In addition, we use organic methods. Otherwise, we use common sense, and try to grow our grapes as nature-friendly as possible.
The work in the vineyard starts with pruning in January, and then it continues with various work the rest of the season until harvest in September/October. We place great emphasis on tending the vineyard as well as possible – this forms the basis for good wine! You can not make good wine from bad grapes, so it’s important to do a good job the whole season.