Traditional Wine Regions are Disappearing Thanks to Climate Change

Traditional Wine Regions are Disappearing Thanks to Climate Change

 

Some of the world’s traditional wine regions are at risk of disappearing within decades due to climate change, with regions in Europe and Southern California particularly vulnerable. Rising temperatures and changing climate conditions are making these areas increasingly unsuitable for grape cultivation, potentially leading to a decline in wine production in these regions.
While some regions may become more suitable for grape growing, such as Washington State, Oregon, Tasmania, and Northern France, the overall impact of climate change on global wine production could be substantial. Adapting to these changes will be crucial for wine producers, who may need to consider new grape varieties and harvest times to maintain quality and quantity.

 

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