Drawing of the wood
During its growth, each vine stock offers 15 to 20 buds.
Each of these small buds produces, by itself, 2 to 3 meters of shoots.
After the pruning, it is thus between 30 and 60 meters of shoots entangled one to the other that we must delicately remove.
This work is done with a maximum of precaution in order not to damage the remaining pruning wood and to preserve the plant.
Once taken down, the shoots are deposited on the ground to be then crushed and reincorporated in this one where they will finish by transforming into humus.
Of course, some of these bundles are still reserved for cooking beautiful entrecote!