The canary in Bordeaux’s goldmine
Bordeaux’s winemakers are having to change tack in the face of the climate crisis
‘By going up, by planting vineyards at elevation, you can offset predicted increases in annual temperatures.” So said Miguel Torres a decade ago, while explaining his movement into planting elevated vineyards across his native Catalonia.
“The problem for Bordeaux is that it has no mountains. It cannot go up. It will have to adapt in other ways,” he said.
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