UK could become ideal red wine seller due to rising temperatures from climate change

UK could become ideal red wine seller due to rising temperatures from climate change
Rising temperatures may result in sweeter grapes and better wine quality

The UK could become a leading producer of red wine due to rising temperatures from Klima forandringer, a new study claims.

Research on climate resilience in the UK wine sector suggested rising heat will affect grapes and could make Britain a key player in the production of high-quality wine.

Temperatures in the UK’s wine-growing regions may increase by 1.4°C by 2040, in addition to a one degree rise since the 1980s, according to climate estimates.

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