Burgundy Prepares

The region's plan to adapt to climate change

Burgundy Prepares
Senior editor Bruce Sanderson (Rick Wenner)
From the Dec 31, 2021, issue

There is no doubt that warmer vintages are having consequences in winegrowing areas across the globe. In France’s Burgundy region, vintners are making chances today in order to preserve the region’s terroir and maintain harvest yields within the next 50 years. Wine Spectator senior editor speaks with winemaker Frédéric Drouhin about some of the changes happening in vineyards.

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