By Vincent Gasnier
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Frost can result in severe losses, and winemakers mobilize an army of heaters to stand sentinel over the vines (facing page). ” prone to frost than a clear one), but new, highertech, smoke-free heating systems have proved this not to be the case. Sometimes (but of course, much more expensively) helicopters are mobilized to hover above the vineyards, keeping the air moving so that frost cannot form. Vinegrowers may also use helicopters and sprinkler systems to spray water on to the vines (as in Chablis), which will freeze rapidly, creating little protective ice cocoons around the buds or grapes.
Harvesting by hand These brightly colored plastic crates (facing page) are used in many areas in place of the more picturesque pickers’ baskets, but the traditional migration of seasonal workers and casual student labor following the vintage from region to region remains unchanged. ” bringing in the crop Of course, all the painstaking efforts of the vinegrower are geared toward producing optimumquality grapes at the harvest. Picking grapes at optimum ripeness is one of the most difficult things for the grower to get right.
Late winter in the winery Work in the winery during the dark days of winter is concentrated on keeping the barrels containing wine from the last vintage full to the brim to prevent oxidation. 51) and into clean vats or barrels for maturation. As March approaches, the first of the new wines— those not destined to be aged—become ready for filtering, perhaps blending, and bottling. Any extra time in the winery is used to bottle older wines, labeling and packaging them for shipment to customers at home or abroad.