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Napa's 'Unsuitable' Wine Future

Hotter-Wine-Temps.jpgIn 30 years, Northern California's wine region could have only half as much land suitable for growing premium grapes. This cheery news comes from a new climate change study out of Stanford University, which predicts hotter, less grape-friendly average temperatures by 2040. However the shift could make some areas of Oregon and Washington even better for grape-growing. [Decanter via Food Section]

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