The 2021 vintage underscored the many challenges that southern French producers are facing amidst climatic extremes and rising temperatures. How will it impact their rosés?
From employing regenerative farming to going carbon-neutral—or even carbon-negative—producers large and small are pushing themselves to innovate for the future of the planet
Many new AVAs have been created based on the impact of wind—but those winds, including famed ones from around the world, are changing with the climate. What can viticulturalists and winemakers do to keep up?
From small producers to large cooperatives, a paradigm shift in farming practices is taking root in this conservative corner of northern Italy
Domaine Dujac’s Diana Seysses explains how producers can become key players in the future of green fuel by working together to trap CO2 during vinification
A new certification program aims to define this carbon-capturing farming practice, which some believe could transform vineyards and combat climate change
Hit harder than most wine regions by rising temperatures and drought, this small country emerges as a global leader in responding to the climate threat
Winemaker Dan Petroski and other wine industry experts discuss research on what can be done now to preserve Napa Valley
A winemaker makes the case that the time to start identifying solutions to Napa’s climate concerns is now
Reducing dosage, blending high-acid reserve wines, and developing new hybrids are among the tactics to maintain freshness
Exploring the research and strategies helping to keep the region’s rosés crisp and fresh
Warm-weather varieties are thriving, though extreme weather still poses challenges