There are difficult years, some are dry, others are rainy. Then there is the soil to manage and look after. To know and follow the trends in the weather is an essential part of understanding how to act and work on the various vineyards, with the quality of the final result in mind.
“Since January 2012 we have been equipped with three electronic stations that allow us to find out accurately the weather data necessary for adopting the crop protection system and to see the climatic characterisation of single years.” This was a necessary step, based on the awareness that climate variables affect the expressiveness and the quality of the wine.
The data for each year involve the three zones over which the Tessari family’s vine-planted hectares are spread: Soave Classico, Valpolicella and Lessini Durello.
These data guide our work every day and partly influence our agricultural choices.