The grape picking is all done by hand, each worker taking a row of vines each to worth their way through.
Grapes are put into small plastic containers, which have a lot of aeration holes. It is vital that the containers are not too big, or the grapes will be crushed by their own weight. It is also very important that they do not get too hot, or the skins will start to split and the wine will start to ferment naturally in the vineyard!
Each picker has two containers to fill with grapes. The containers are set on a trolley, which is then pulled into the shade once the containers are full. Lids are put on the containers to keep the grapes in the shade.