Can winemakers adapt to climate change? | FT Food Revolution

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Unseasonal weather has hit another French harvest and the forecast for global wine output is at an all-time low. Climate change may benefit cooler regions, but for vineyards across much of the old and new world global warming is seen a dire threat to a $327bn industry.

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