France’s wines’ hot problem

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In the hills and valleys of France’s wine regions, vintners are slowly feeling the heat of climate change. As the world continues to experience dramatic changes in the climate, extreme weather is taking its toll on the country’s legendary vineyards, with cold, cold winters, heavy rains, and hot summers, in place of the consistently warm climes these places experience. It is threatening thousands of years’ worth of tradition and heritage in winemaking – and it is felt not just in France, but also in Italy, Spain, and other places in Southern Europe. But the wine makers aren’t just sitting down – they are fighting to save the world’s legendary wines from simply evaporating from the face of the planet.

Read more about the vineyards’ fight for survival in Der Spiegel.

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