In winter, the vineyards and soil may be resting, but not the wine producers! As, after it has produced its fruits having bathed in sunlight, the sap returns back towards the knot of the vine, and leaves shoots to be trimmed. This is the time for pruning, and the Chêne Bleu vineyard resonates with the sound of electric secateurs. Well covered against the elements, the pruners slowly work their way down the rows, at the heart of a sumptuous landscape.
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