We delve into the fascinating world of experimental vineyards through the passionate lens of scientist and university professor Dr. Julián García Berrios from the Polytechnic School of Engineering at the University of Santiago de Compostela.

Julián García, coordinator at the University of Santiago de Compostela for the experimental vineyard plot located in Monte Cristo de Portomarín, shares how, over the past 25 years, they have been able to implement and refine various management techniques. From meticulous soil management to innovative vegetation control, including the integration of cutting-edge technologies and experimentation with different grape varieties, each day brings us closer to unravelling the secrets of this mountain viticulture, which has been continuously implemented and monitored.

We constantly implement and monitor various management techniques through the application and experimentation of various techniques, encompassing soil and adventitious plant management, integration of new management technologies, origins, and combinations of vine materials, planting frameworks, and management of trellised vegetation and foliage canopy.

Location: Portomarin (Lugo). Galicia, Spain.