Climate Change

Could climate change lead to British Malbec?

Changing global temperatures could lead to Britain becoming a major wine exporter by 2100, when Malbec could feasibly be grown in Slough, say two University College London professors.

Climate change leading to ‘dramatically earlier’ harvests

New research from NASA has found that climate change has led to “dramatically earlier” harvests in countries like France and Switzerland over the last 30 years.

UK wine remains vulnerable to climate change

Climate change has been presented as a positive boost for grape growing in the UK, but a new report warns that patterns of extreme weather still pose a threat to the viability of wine production.

Wine grapes ‘can combat climate change’

The Australian Wine Research Institute (AWRI) is investigating ways to use grape marc to reduce livestock methane emissions – thought to be a major cause of global warming.

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