Climate change from a global wine industry perspective

Climate change from a global wine industry perspective

The overall wine industry consensus is that global climate change is real, but in the vineyard, the results are neither uniform nor clearcut, nor can they strictly be attributed to the climate. Denis Dubourdieu, winemaker and Professor of Oenology at the University of Bordeaux reports the French climate definitely warmed between 2000 and 2010 and, despite variations from year to year, France has produced a number of great vintages within that decade. Meanwhile, in Australia, Brian Croser says by adapting to it, warming has been an overall plus for Tapanappa Wines.

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