Wine Regions and Climate Change

Posted by Marquis Wine Cellars on Mar 17, 2023

As the climate continues to change, wine regions that were once ideal for growing certain grape varieties may no longer be suitable, while other regions may become more favorable. Here are some wine regions that are currently believed to be well-suited for future climate change:England: Due to its cooler climate, England has traditionally not been known as a major wine-producing region. However, with rising temperatures and changing weather patterns, English winemakers are now able to produce hi …
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Hitting Home: The Future of B.C. Wine in the Face of Global Crises

Posted by Samantha D on Apr 04, 2022

British Columbia is one of the youngest wine regions in the world, only having been selling commercially since the early 1990’s. Back then there were less than 20 licensed wineries and just over 1000 acres of vines planted. Fast forward to today: B.C. has 9 Geographical Indications (and 5 sub-GI's), over 300 licensed wineries and more than 10,500 acres planted - including over 900 vineyard plots. Each region has its own unique terroir and climate that extends from as far North as the Thompson Va …
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What Is Going To Change In The Wine World In 2019?

Posted by John Clerides on May 24, 2019

The Billy Joel song We Didn’t Start the Fire comes to mind, for those of you who can’t remember the lyrics:Harry Truman, Doris Day, Red China, Johnnie RaySouth Pacific, Walter Winchell, Joe DiMaggioJoe McCarthy, Richard Nixon, Studebaker, televisionNorth Korea, South Korea, Marilyn MonroeRosenbergs, H-bomb, Sugar Ray, PanmunjomBrando, "The King and I" and "The Catcher in the Rye"Eisenhower, vaccine, England's got a new queenMarciano, Liberace, Santayana goodbyeWe didn't start the fireIt was alwa …
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