Global Warming: The Next Vintage Will Be Scandinavian!

They are not waiting for French vineyards to be under twenty metres of sand or mud. A rolling of eyes and rubbing of hands greets the announcement of the coming temperature rises.

Growing a dozen tomato plants in the Scandinavia of today might get you into the Guinness Book of Records, but in a few years, grape pickers are going to have to take lessons in Old Norse to understand the orders of the next vintage’s vineyard boss. The house might be burning down, but don’t count on the neighbours to put out the fire.

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/09/business/wine-scandinavia-climate-change.html

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