Vine Vigor Products

Maximize your grape quality and yield with the world’s most advanced measurement of vine health.

With VineView’s suite of scientifically-calibrated vine vigor maps you get insightful, timely information to improve grape quality and yield, and reduce costs associated with:

Harvest Segmentation

Locate areas in your parcels to increase and improve the production of premium grapes and optimize harvest scheduling.


Identify and reduce variability across parcels for optimal vine balance.

Canopy Management

Control the microclimate of your vines to improve grape quality and yield.

Fertilizer Optimization

Target fertilizer applications to reduce costs and minimize environmental impact.

Irrigation Scheduling

Make informed water management decisions to minimize yield loss due to water shortage or drought stress.


Evaluate vineyard health and uniformity with detailed vigor maps of purely canopy data.

PureVine Zones – Absolute

Track your vineyard’s progress by comparing results between fields and across time with this zone map based on purely vine-canopy data.

PureVine Zones – Relative

Assess variability and highlight areas of interest with different levels of vine vigor with this zone map based on purely vine-canopy data.

Canopy Gaps

Identify areas of diseased, missing, young or dead vines at the plant level which can be used to better predict yields and optimize vineyard productivity.

Aerial Color Image

Identify vineyard boundaries, orientation of rows and new plantings with a high resolution color vineyard image.

EVI Statistics Report

A comprehensive vineyard productivity and field efficiency analysis including a vigor statistics report, including number of plants, acres, and variability within vineyard.


Want to know more about our Vine Vigor Packages? A representative from our team would be happy to discuss our vineyard solutions with you. Let’s get started, Contact us today.

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What is EVI?

Calibrated Vine Vigor data products are created using the Enhanced Vegetation Index, a ratio of how much sunlight is reflected off the plants in different colour bands, including infrared.

Did you know?

NDVI has been the standard multi-spectral image used to measure vigor in the wine industry, but unfortunately, NDVI has a number of inherent shortcomings. One of the most important shortcomings is that the data is highly dependent on the time of day at which the image is taken. This is because of the change in solar angle. This means that using NDVI has the potential to provide inaccurate information and can show different data at different times of the day. NDVI results also vary based on other factors, like shadowing or soil variations. In order to correct for these inaccuracies, our scientists have adopted a new, improved version of NDVI, called the Enhanced Vegetation Index. Using additional wavelengths of light, we are able to correct the errors associated with NDVI.

Take a look at our examples below

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Normalized Difference Vegetation Index


Enhanced Vegetation Index

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As you can see in the images above, NDVI produces vastly different results when taken at different times on the same day. Clearly the vigor of the vines has not changed over a 3-hour period, as would be implied from the images above.
Using additional spectral information and calculations, EVI corrects for the difference in atmospheric conditions and solar incidence angle, providing you with more accurate, actionable data.

See how VineView can help improve your grape quality and yield

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