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How Climate Change will affect wine producing areas in 2050.
September 18, 2015 12:26 PM

Here's a fascinating article by the folks at Wine Folly regarding predictions of the affect of Climate Change on wine producers 35 years from now:

In 2012, a study came out about climate change and its affect on the world's vineyards. The study used predictive climate information for the year 2050. Then, they cross referenced this data with wine grape physiology info to expose what regions would become less ideal as drought and rising temperatures continue around the globe. It revealed a frightening reality: the world's best wine regions won't be able to maintain as they do today.

Read on for Madelin Puckette's wonderful charts and pictographs. Then make sure you sign up for her weekly Wine Folly e-newsletter!


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