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Viticulture and water woes

Viticulture and water woes

In late October, the Tasting Climate Change conference  - Canada’s first wine conference on the impact of climate change - took place in Montreal.

It brought five experts from five different fields together to share their insights on the state of the health of the planet.

The challenges specific to the wine industry were discussed, with water management high on the priority list. Should vines be planted if they need to be irrigated was a key question. 

We recommend reading the original article at the original source: click here.

Source: Meininger's Wine Business International

Published on 16/01/2018
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