Dry farming in vineyards is an exciting, sustainable practice that involves growing grapevines without any supplemental irrigation. The vines are left to naturally adapt to climatic conditions, relying solely on the rainwater and the moisture available in the soil. This method promotes deeper root growth, as the vines search for water sources underground. The outcome? Exceptionally intense and flavorful grapes! The dry-farmed grapes, despite a smaller yield, create wines with a unique character that is a true representation of the terroir. This practice not only results in superior quality wines but also conserves water, making it a win-win for both the winemakers and the environment.