The edaphoclimatic conditions that conditioned the production of the 2019 harvest was dominated by the warm and dry nature of the agricultural year. Spring came with a rainy and cold April. However, the abundant rainfall was not enough to bring the water content of the soil to standard levels for plant development. This issue generated a lower rate of growth and limited berry size, with a consequent loss of production. The development of the vineyard was marked by stressful cultivation conditions, which caused low vegetative development and a reduced harvest. However, the vine had a good capacity for self-regulation despite such adverse conditions, the aspect of the vineyard in the ripening season called attention to how it kept the cycle active and the ripening rate was stable and contained.