Goodbye cabernet sauvignon. How climate change will end wine as we know it.

Workers prune grape vines at the Concha y Toro Research and Innovation Center in Chile. Chile's top wine producer has radically overhauled its growing methods and started planting fields hundreds of miles south of its main installations.  (Tamara Merino/Bloomberg)
Workers prune grape vines at the Concha y Toro Research and Innovation Center in Chile. Chile’s top wine producer has radically overhauled its growing methods and started planting fields hundreds of miles south of its main installations. (Tamara Merino/Bloomberg)

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