Fife may not be the new Loire quite yet, as the owner of Scotland’s only commercially focused vineyard reveals that the business is in crisis owing to too much rain.
Monthly UK temperatures for 2015 have been at least 1°C colder on average than in 2014, which will have contributed to a stifling of drinks sales, new research shows.
Global warming and other symptoms of climate change are good for winemaking in England, one of the country’s leading wine educators has said.
Torres has revived two more “ancestral” varieties as part of its long-running project to bring back forgotten grapes.
Climate change is altering the tastes of wine drinkers, encouraging them to prefer intense, higher alcohol wines, according to research by Naked Wines.
Treasury Wine Estates is looking to water vines underground and increase fermentation capacity to help mitigate the impact of climate change on its vineyards.
Warmer weather is driving a boom in Tasmanian wine as wineries look to expand to cooler climes.
Winemakers must prepare themselves for increased warming and greater extremes, a viticultural research climatologist has warned.
Cabernet Sauvignon is the world’s most widely planted grape variety, a recent study from the University of Adelaide has found.
Britain could become one of the world’s key wine producers by the middle of this century as global warming moves the limits of viticulture further north.
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