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Imagine a world where the best Rieslings come from Scandinavia, not Germany. Or where England, not France, produces the world’s best sparkling wines. Scientists say that by the end of the next century, this scenario could be a reality as the planet slowly heats up. We explore how climate change is altering wines and the world’s wine map.
- Paul Lukacs Wine columnist, The Washington Times and Wine Review Online; Author, "American Vintage: The Rise of American Wine," and "The Great Wines of America"
- Michael Franz Editor, Wine Review Online
- Gregory Jones Professor and Research Climatologist in the Department of Environmental Studies at Southern Oregon University
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