Global Warming

Viticulture, not climate, is changing Champagne

It is changes to viticulture, and not global warming, that is bringing riper flavours to Champagne, according to Gosset cellar master, Odilon de Varine.

Torres: “I wouldn’t invest in southern Spain”

Spanish wine giant Miguel Torres has revealed that he would no longer consider investing in vineyards in the south of Spain due to the effects of global warming.

Rain plunges Scottish wine hopes into crisis

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.

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.

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