The awareness of the singularity of the implantation of vines and, beyond this, landscapes is relatively recent and is concomitant with that of cultural landscapes in a general manner.
It fits into the current of sustainable development fro which the territory includes multiple functions – firstly economic, but also historic, cultural and human.

Thus, the landscape is a dynamic relationship between a territory and a way of looking at it. There is an interaction between:

the material approach to the landscape in its natural composing elements (geology, topography, etc.) and its human elements (agriculture, diverse constructions, etc.),

the immaterial approach to the landscape, which has to do with emotion, aesthetics, sensitivity, etc.

This diversity of perceptions of the real gives rise to a multitude of definitions of the landscape.

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