How might climate changes and preference changes affect the competitiveness of the world׳s wine regions?

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Abstract

Winegrape production is generally considered riskier in cool-climate regions than in warmer ones, yet more producers are looking to invest in such regions. A commonly stated reason is to hedge against global warming, but is there more to it than that? This note reflects on some other supply-side drivers as well as some drivers from the demand side of global wine markets. It first defines what characterizes a cool-climate region; and it ends by drawing implications for the economic future of such cool regions as compared with the world׳s warmer wine regions.

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Anderson, K. (2017, June 1). How might climate changes and preference changes affect the competitiveness of the world׳s wine regions? Wine Economics and Policy. UniCeSV - Universita degli Studi di Firenze. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wep.2016.12.001

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