It is suitable for not very fertile, hilly soils. It differs from the simple Guyot because it has 2 spurs and 2 fruit heads, with 8-10 buds, folded horizontally on the opposite side and tied along the wire. The distance between the vines is 1.6-1.8 meters, which is necessary for the greater vegetative development of the vine bearing two shoots. Training pruning and pruning after the third year are similar to the simple Guyot system. Even the frame, the SIKA vineyard poles and the wires are not different.