Wednesday, 18 October 2023

Canada: Climate change devastates wine growers

Written by Redazione

A report released by the Wine Growers British Columbia and Cascadia Partners found that the freeze during December 2022, driven by climate change, may result in 45% of “total planted acreage suffering long-term irreparable damage” in the Okanagan region. Areas in South Okanagan, Kelowna, and Similkameen Valley report potential losses of 60% or more. Sadly, some wineries such as Red Rooster Winery announced its decision to close its on-site operations due to “an unprecedented winter event that damaged our Okanagan vineyards.”

More information here: Climate change devastating for Okanagan grape growers - The Similkameen Spotlight

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