Global warming causes headache for winemakers
To paraphrase Shakespeare, in the vineyards of the world, something worrisome this way comes.Full Story
#1 Jan 24, 2013
Wine making will probably adapt. I am confident of that much. The 'traditional' wine making countries were optimal for wine making and they will undoubtably be the losers, but other countries will gain from it.
#3 Jan 26, 2013
So wine making will probably adapt how so? Humans can't adapt many here said itís the end of time.
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