New Holland's Braud Grape Harvesters Working in the Vineyards of Mendoza, Argentina

New Holland's Braud Grape Harvesters Working in the Vineyards of Mendoza, Argentina

Release Date: 12 June 2013
In the city of Mendoza, Argentina, New Holland's Braud grape harvesters are positioned as leaders in the region, a fact that is confirmed by the testimonials of the Salentein, Lopez and Trapiche wineries, key-representatives of Argentina's wine industry.

The Salentein wineries have two Braud teams - VL6060 and VL610 models - to mechanically harvest 85% of their 700 hectares in production, including their line of young wines, which are 100% mechanically harvested.

Meanwhile, Bodegas Lopez has 50% of its production mechanized and also uses two Braud, VL6060 and SB64 models (this last from 1999 and still giving very good results).

Trapiche is other of the wineries that also chose New Holland. They rented these machines to work in their vineyards for 10 years. In 2010, they acquired their first equipment, the current model 9060L.

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