The Impact of Climate Change on Viticulture and …
Journal of Wine Economics, Volume 11, Number 1, 2016, Pages 150 167. The Impact of Climate Change on Viticulture and Wine Quality*. Cornelis van Leeuwen a and Philippe Darriet b Abstract Climate Change is a major challenge in wine production. Temperatures are increasing world- wide, and most regions are exposed to water de cits more frequently. Higher temperatures trigger advanced phenology. This shifts the ripening phase to warmer periods in the summer, which will affect grape composition, in particular with respect to aroma compounds. Increased water stress reduces yields and modi es fruit composition. The frequency of extreme climatic events (hail, ooding) is likely to increase. Depending on the region and the amount of Change , this may have positive or negative implications on wine quality.
The Impact of Climate Change on Viticulture and Wine Quality* Cornelis van Leeuwena and Philippe Darrietb Abstract Climate change …
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