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Is climate change good for Tasmanian wine? Here's what research says

Duncan Bailey
Updated April 3 2024 - 1:03pm, first published 12:00pm
Warmer global temperatures could beneifit Tasmanian wine makers, a new study has found. Pictured are grapes from Iron Pot Bay Wines. Picture by Paul Scambler
Warmer global temperatures could beneifit Tasmanian wine makers, a new study has found. Pictured are grapes from Iron Pot Bay Wines. Picture by Paul Scambler

Up to 70 per cent of current wine producing regions could face a risk of losing their sustainability for wine-growing if global temperatures increase - but Tasmania could come out on top.

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Duncan Bailey

Duncan Bailey

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Passionate about all things happening in the North East with a focus on health and politics. Got a story? Get in touch: duncan.bailey@examiner.com.au

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