Warmer summers mean better French champaigne, but uncertain future

Global Post: Climate change may be one of the greatest perils of our time, contributing to droughts, floods, deadly heat waves and super-charged hurricanes. But for the moment, France's Champagne makers are raising their glasses to it. They say the climatic shift has made their lives easier and their Champagne better, allowing producers to harvest earlier than before. "[Europe's warmer summers] are a good thing for us,' said Pierre Cheval, independent producer of the Gatinois Champagne. "They mean the......

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