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The vineyard in winter

Pruning - From November to the end of March 

This is actually the first task after the harvest, and one of the most important, as the strength and fertility of the vines depend on it.
It consists of cutting the vine to guide its growth. Length, choice and disposition of the buds will determine the shape of the framework that will then condition the foliage. Pruning also allows to regulate production so the vines dont exhaust. Four types of pruning, adapted to the different grape varieties and crus, are authorised in Champagne.

 

 

 



 

 

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Champagnes signed Franck Météyer

Champagne METEYER Père & Fils

39 rue de l'europe
02850 Trélou sur Marne

+33 (0)3.23.70.26.20

Opening hours

Monday to Saturday
9:30 AM to 5 PM upon reservation

 

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