How the World's Vineyards Were Saved
The Botanist and the Vintner examines wines greatest crisis
From the Jun 15, 2005, issue
The biological costs of the European conquest of the New World are well-known, the most devastating of them being diseases such as smallpox, tuberculosis and malaria, which decimated the defenseless native populations.
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