After the pruning, the plants awaken and the vine stock start to “cry” (pouring sap): it is the distinctive sign of a new beginning of the vine’s life.
Between the rows, legume-like plants grow fast: once trimmed and hoed, they will provide good, natural and nitrogen-rich nourishment.
At this time of the year vineyards look like blossoming gardens.
They are to be taken care of with great patience, using just natural substances, such as copper sulphate, to protect them.
Young wines are prepared and bottled, superior ones are stored in oak barrels where they will rest and age for two years.
Battered and fried acacia flowers with a glass of Pilar Natural.