Wine from the Breton Hills

Global warming might sound the death knell for some French vineyards… or it might herald the birth of the next great vintage. Alongside the new prospects climate change might offer in the land of “good wine”, other more northern nations will perhaps have the pleasant surprise of seeing the future grands crus of the next century emerging from their territories in 20 to 30 years’ time.

garo vin des côtes de bretagne

https://www.20minutes.fr/planete/2866911-20200921-rechauffement-climatique-va-creer-conditions-bien-plus-favorables-vin-bretagne

https://www.rfi.fr/fr/podcasts/20200924-quand-le-vin-su%C3%A9dois-prend-la-bouteille

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