The heroic and impervious harvest gets into full swing even in the most remote vineyards of Italy

Sep 01, 2022 255

In Valle d’Aosta, the harvest has been going on since mid-August, but in Sicily, on Etna, it will perhaps begin in mid-September, at least 10 days late. An Italy literally split in two: from North to South, that of the heroic harvest, or the maneuvers, mostly manual, that are being set in motion for the harvest of grapes in the most inaccessible and biodiversity-impacted vineyards of Italy.

Taking stock is Cervim, the Center for Research, Studies, Safeguarding, Coordination and Enhancement for Mountain Viticulture, which has the situation of all the wineries located in the most remote and hardly practicable corners - heroic in fact - of Italy.

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