Also called wedging or acanage, the tying follows the pruning and the drawing of the wood. This operation consists in fixing the cane on the trellising wire* with “vime” or a flexible link to avoid disturbing its growth and to orientate it correctly. The tying is a meticulous work because of the fragility of the young shoot.

* The trellising consists in making the vine shoots (large foliage) which extend in all directions “go inside the row”.