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Biological corridors throughout the vineyard preserve the native forest, which is an integral part of biodiversity. In between our vines we have many natural ones that year after year are pruned and cleaned for their correct preservation. Others incorporate foreign species such as Roses, Lavender, Beeblossom and Fountaingrass, which benefit the proliferation of insects that add to the ecosystem, as well as generating a recreational and easy on the eye panorama.
These corridors minimize the environmental impact and create a safe habitat that is shared with the vines, giving home to natural enemies of eventual plagues that might damage the vineyard.