Aspersion of a vineyard in France

‘Aspersion’ is a French term used to designate the sprinkling of a given vineyard to help reduce frost damage to vines.

The water sprinkled over the vineyard freeze the vines and grapes. The ice pellicules around the key elements on vine anatomy act as a shield against frost. For instance, without this ice protection, grapes could explode due to the effects of the frost.

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