One of the many lucky things about working in the countryside is the fact that you always do different things in different seasons. The farmer has to intervene during every phonological stage of the plant in order to help it develop, or to moderate it according to production needs and to reroute vegetative energy towards improving grape quality. For this to be effective you need to know and respect the characteristics of each variety, assessing vineyard exposure, type of soil and the characteristics of the wine you want to produce. The seasons force us to carry out agricultural practices on time: sometimes they are traditional and sometimes innovative, but they are always motivated by practical experience and we have to keep ourselves technically and scientifically up-to-date.