Vineyard irrigation

Vineyard irrigation

The evolution of wine growing has seen the establishment of new cultivation techniques essentially represented by the introduction of new international varieties (often more sensitive to drought), the use of new rootstocks (with more superficial development of the root system) and installation of closer planting layouts.
Furthermore, among the main effects of climate change, year after year, we are seeing an increase in summer temperatures and the concentration of precipitations at particular times of year.
Both of these evolutions have led to an increase in competition between plants for access to the increasingly “scarce” water resource.
Therefore, in modern wine growing, drip irrigation represents a particularly important production element which can be used not only to eliminate the risks connected with the unfavourable effects of the seasons, but above all to control production by improving its quality.


Brochure vignoble

Brochure viñedo

Brochure Vineyard

Tape and Dripline