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Anatomy of a Grape Vine

Anatomy The grape vine has a couple of basic features, like most plants it has roots and trunk and like most vines, it grows out following the path of least resistance.  Ideally, a great vine will have a strong thick trunk and be about two to four feet tall.  The lateral arms or Cordons can range from 2-5 feet depending on the vigor or ability to grow of the vine- how productive it will be.  Some grape vines grow stronger and produce more grapes than other vines.  Below is a sketch of what a common grape vine should look like and what each part is commonly known as.   As you walk through our vineyard, try and name the different parts you learn!   

Tronco is Trunk

Brazo is arm or Cordon

Racimo is Cluster


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