After one year of work, the time has come for the harvest. A moment that everyone can agree on. We come face to face with the vine. We create connections. We select the bunches. We harvest the ripe grapes by hand. It’s physical, but relieves stress. An enriching and unforgettable experience. Warmth, good spirits and, above all else, reflection reign over the rows.
We are delighted to welcome highly motivated volunteers, who should reserve their spot by signing up using the form attached.
A typical day for a grape picker
08:00 The teams meet at the vineyard for the briefing
08:10 Start of the harvest
10:00 Coffee break
12:30 Picnic lunch and tasting of last year’s vintage
17:30 End of the day
The wine tastes even better for all the effort!
- Normally between 15 September and 15 October
- Grape harvesting equipment is provided
- Other recommended items: boots, hat, and sun cream, depending on the weather. A little stool, if need be, for resting sore backs.
“When the blackbird sees the grape harvesters enter the vines, he is especially surprised to see that they do not share his fear of the scarecrow” — Jules Renard