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Top wine regions at risk from climate change
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Climate change has created gold-medal growing conditions for some of the world’s most renowned wine regions, producing late-season hot spells that help grapes ripen. But the benefits could be short-lived, with Bordeaux, Burgundy and Champagne no longer able to produce the wines that made them famous. Scientists from NASA and Harvard University have found that global warming has changed the recipe for producing top wine vintages.