Picking takes place exclusively by hand, using crates to avoid stress and prevent squashing of the grapes. The first harvest is directed at grapes destined for raisining. We select the smallest bunches and straggly clusters from the oldest vineyards. These, collected in plastic crates allowing air circulation and weighing a maximum of 4 kg, are used for the production of more full-bodied red wines after 20-30 days in the drying room. Subsequent harvests, carried out on the basis of ripeness, the age of the vines and the altitude of the vineyard, take place using crates containing a maximum of 14 kg of grapes.