Farming our own grapes allows us to prioritize quality over yield. It also reduces vulnerability to fluctuating grape prices and provides greater flexibility in the types of varietals we can use in our winemaking.
Our sustainable farming practices improve the quality of our wines, minimize environmental impact, and reduce our long-term production costs.
Cutting-edge tilling methods and use of naturally occurring fertilizers improves the soil quality of our vineyards.
Conversion of vineyards to dry farming or regulated deficit irrigation reduces one of the most significant winegrowing costs: irrigation.
Electrostatic crop spraying reduces chemical application by around 90%.
Optimal canopy management increases yields, lowers harvesting costs, and minimizes fungicide application.
Livestock grazing is more cost-effective and sustainable than mechanized weeding.