Climate change might be good news for French wine — until it isn’t

Washington Post: Global warming might just make certain wines tastier, according to a new study -- at least until we reach a temperature tipping point that wrecks it all. In a study published Monday in Nature Climate Change, researchers from Harvard and NASA suggest that global warming is making early harvests of French wine grapes -- harvests associated with higher quality wines, where grapes have just the right balance of acid and sugar -- more frequent. “There are two big points in this paper, the first......

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