The harvest is performed by hand, with no fewer than 120 cutters. This step, crucial in the making of a great wine, is subject to numerous selective sortings. Initial grape selection is performed by hand on the plant, the second when the grapes arrive at the vat house. Transported in crates, the grapes are then de-stemmed and only the most impeccable berries are then selected by optical sorting, or densitometric Tribaie. This detailed work of craftsmanship and strict plot selection provides the wines with a great aromatic purity and immense precision.