Thursday, 15 September 2022

Will global warming change the taste of wine?

Written by Redazione

Growers and winemakers are reportedly increasingly concerned that climate change is transforming the defining flavour of wines, whose quality and identity depend on the chemistry of grapes and the conditions in which they are grown. These authors spoke with growers, winemakers, and scientists from California and Bordeaux to understand how global warming is changing their traditional vines and wines.

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