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Climate Change Is Disrupting Centuries-Old Methods Of Winemaking In France

Drier, hotter weather — as well as drastic episodes of rain, hail and cold — has affected alcohol levels, weeds and harvest. The government is trying to help, but can France adapt quickly enough?

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Climate Change Is Disrupting Centuries-Old Methods Of Winemaking In France

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