The path of the vintner is fraught questions. Right when you find the answer to one question, another appears. Each answer leads you closer to the realization that everything is made up of simple things that are taken for granted and, as a result, so often overlooked.
The vintner should only assist nature. He should provide an optimal location for the vines and let bees, earthworms, birds, and a host of other organisms man never sees do the rest of the work. The soil needs the protection and invigoration that only a diversity of the plants provided by nature can offer. The vines should be protected by the winds that the vintner considered when he searched for the perfect spot for the vineyard. Only the first ripe grapes will tell the vintner if he chose the location that coincides with the location designated by the Creator.