By the roadside, on the laid-out “Chasselas” path of Vully's wine-producing area, two didactic panels provide precious information on a winegrower’s work throughout the year.
Pruning, retrellising, stripping of leaves and weeding: these rather technical wine terms will no longer be unknown to walkers who take the time to look at these very informative panels. If all lovers of wine and terroir know the grape-gathering period which marks the autumn harvest, do they know what the winegrowers do during the remainder of the year? Between two harvests, the producers pay careful attention to caring for the vine stock.
In the wild, this plant is a creeper just waiting to spread. The winegrower must therefore canalize and protect it so as to ensure the best possible yield.