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In less in 40 years elegant French and Italian wines might become a memory as major wine-producing regions like Bordeaux and Tuscany are predicted to dry up due to climate change, a new study shows.
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Americans will spray Agent Orange on wine lovers than they will not need anymore wine Problem solved
ehheheh BS and more BS the truth is LeFrance is BROKE, and it´s citizens sponsoring war in Africa
Dn't worry Monsanto will take care of wine lovers with GMO grape seeds U will be abple plant on moon
way to go "just drink beer!" but hops also grow in climates that are similar to grapes. Considering the wines in Italy are favored because of the volcanic ash in the soil I don't see Italian vineyard-men leaving so soon, maybe shade grown like Cuban wrapper leaves, possibly with an added mister system. Climate change effects all hardiness zones and threatens countless orchards, vineyards, and historical crop growing lands... maybe now it's time to become more responsible with our money, greenhouse emissions, and farming practices/ policies, especially in the United States where all we fear is inconvenience.
More likely their grape areas will be found contaminated with cesium from their nuclear industry.
it will take 20 more years for these climate wankers to admit that there has been no temp. increase for the last 16 years......
and its getting cooler.
The S.E of England will become the new Champaign.
In EU pay crazy tax for 2000cc engine and in the US they drive 6000cc and not worry. Climate Hoax
Is this the warming that stopped fifteen years ago? Or new warming they haven't 'modelled' yet?
Whew! At least I'll be able to enjoy a fine Bordeaux as long as I live.
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