Become a VINE PRUNER

“Clear, concise, interesting, precise, detailed, easy to understand”.

Is pruning your profession? Are you passionate about vine pruning? Would you like to more about it and feel satisfied and confident at work?  

Become a VINE PRUNER Course will help you to lay the foundations of the knowledge you need to apply a Method that will allow you to become a true Architect of the vineyard: a VINE MASTER PRUNER.

Invest in your professional growth.

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Carlo · 13 January 2021

Enough of generic and confusing working instructions that end up with them saying you did it wrong!

Bring your passion for the vine to the next level: get to really understand it.

While it is true that all the plants are different, it is possible to learn to forecast their reactions, knowing how they develop and grow and what are the consequences of our actions.

To do a Pruner’s job one needs experience, but what really makes difference is the knowledge!

Begin your studies to become a VINE MASTER PRUNER with a unique know-how.

Become a VINE PRUNER course has been created by SIMONIT&SIRCH, the inventors of SIMONIT&SIRCH Pruning Method currently used in 14 countries and by the top Chateaux and Maisons such as Chateau d‘Yquem, Chateau Latour, Bellavista, Domaine Louis Roederer, Moet&Chandon, Hennessy.

SIMONIT&SIRCH is the only international group specialized and accredited in manual vine pruning training, and over 15 thousand professional pruners have graduated from our courses.

Now you can have access to their expertise directly online, with the course that you’re about to purchase.

Enrolling in Become a VINE PRUNER course gives you access to 3 on-demand lectures. There videos are also included in the Guyot and Spurred Cordon Vine Pruner courses. 

Completing Become a VINE PRUNER Course doesn’t give you any certificate.

The videos are available with audio in English. For English or French subtitles click the “CC” button in the lower right corner (subtitles not available for practical sessions). 



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Course content

  • The nature of the vine: In this first chapter we analyze the behavior and the main physiological characteristics of the vine. Then, through a virtual trip to some of the most important vineyards in the world, we retrace the history and evolution of viticulture: from the free and three-dimensional architectures of the past, we come to analyze the modern vertical shoot positioning systems.

  • Pruning basics: In this chapter we understand why a vine is pruned, and the consequences of pruning wounds in the perennial structures of the plant. We then analyze the two pruning systems, spur pruning and cane pruning, taking into consideration the two most representative training systems: the Guyot and the Spurred cordon.

  • Vine morphology: In this chapter we give an overview of the structure of the grape vine, focusing on those of its parts that are important for an understanding of the following chapters. From the hypogeal organs, or the root system, that develops below the ground to the epigeal organs, or shoot system, that develops above the ground.


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In this first chapter we analyze the behavior and the main physiological characteristics of the vine.
Then, through a virtual trip to some of the most important vineyards in the world, we retrace the history and evolution of viticulture: from the free and three-dimensional architectures of the past, we come to analyze the modern vertical shoot positioning systems.

Lesson Content

In this chapter we understand why a vine is pruned, and the consequences of pruning wounds in the perennial structures of the plant.
We then analyze the two pruning systems, spur pruning and cane pruning, taking into consideration the two most representative training systems: the Guyot and the Spurred cordon.

Lesson Content

In this chapter we give an overview of the structure of the grape vine, focusing on those of its parts that are important for an understanding of the following chapters.
From the hypogeal organs, or the root system, that develops below the ground to the epigeal organs, or shoot system, that develops above the ground. 

Lesson Content

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  • 4 Lessons
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