Wine emigrates pushed by warming

More than 90% of the wine lands of Spain will no longer be optimal for the usual varieties With climate change, vineyards in regions as far north as Vancouver Island (like the one in the picture) will be able to house more grape varieties.With climate change, vineyards in regions as far north as Vancouver Island (like the one in the picture) will be able to house more grape varieties. UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIAIf winemakers want Rioja, Jumilla or Bordeaux wines to be made in the same place, they will have to change grapes. A study confirms that climate change threatens to turn the geography of wine production upside down in… Read More

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