French Wine


Climate Change Affects French Wineries

By mahir | December 28, 2010

Especially at this time of year, it seems that we could all benefit from more sunshine.  All, that is, but grapes destined to become wine in France.  It appears that global warming is bringing temperatures too warm, and excessive sunshine for the grapes.  Fickle weather is in fact better for the vintners.  The magic of turning grape into delicious juice relies on temperature fluctuations, which are essential to this process. Read More


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