Our combat against bad grasses is exclusively the work of the
We plow March at July to control these bad grasses which would not make it
possible the vine to grow under good conditions and which would be harmful
with the development of qualities of exceptions of our wines. (You will
intend to say "organoleptic qualities of the wines")
Our vines were planted in majority with the square (~1,80m X ~1,80m)
traditionally for work with the horse.
As you see it, we use our good old man tractor track-laying, "St-Chamont",
to only clear a passage between the vegetation and to especially only resist
this hard labour on the rolled rollers.
Thanks to its low width, it enables us to permute the direction of the
ploughings: a North-South passage then a West-east passage