The pruning season in Europe usually takes place during the winter, although the exact months may vary depending on geographical location and climatic conditions. Generally speaking, pruning season takes place around the beginning of the year in Europe, between January and March. This period was chosen because the vines are dormant and pruning can help control the growth and shape of the plant and prepare it for the new growing season.
It’s important to note that the exact timing of pruning may vary depending on the grape variety, specific geographic location and the grower’s personal preference. Therefore, it is best to consult the advice of your local grape grower, agricultural agency or wine association to find out what the pruning season is for your specific area.