Palisading: our vineyard is very dense, with over 8,000 stocks to the hectare, lain out in neat rows. If it were not well-cared for, it would become a pathless jungle in no time at all, blocking the entry necessary for work and the correct exposition of the bunches of grapes to the sun.
The shoots are therefore contained, thanks to a couple of mobile wires of the structure.
In winter the wires are lowered. When the shoots begin to grow (around 30 to 40 centimetres) the wires are raised so that the shoots do not expand laterally but rather upwards.
During the spring and summer it is necessary to check the arrangements of the shoots several times.