2015 is our third year in biodynamics. The very favorable climatic conditions accentuate the benefits of this behavior which respects and encourages the natural balance between the vine and its environment. The mild and dry winter announced the beginning of the restrictive vegetative cycle. But winter precipitation, although moderate, was sufficient to ensure water reserves. Spring was ideal. The exceptionally low precipitation compensated for the lack of winter cold and contained phytosanitary pressure. April and May are hot and dry, ensuring uniform budding and growth. We could not have hoped for better conditions for the flowering which takes place completely and very quickly. Until veraison, the vineyard takes full advantage of sunny weather. The A scorching episode at the end of June and the beginning of July causes an early water deficit which quickly starts veraison. The few rains at the end of July come at the perfect time to avoid any blockage and start the ripening of the bunches. Thanks to sunny days and cool nights, ripening is slow, regular and complete. These conditions are maintained at the end of the season and give us the right attitude to harvest each of our plots at their optimum maturity.