Napa Wineries Face Global Warming
The Napa and Sonoma microclimates produce world famous wines, but what happens if the climate changes? Scientists are predicting that global warming could increase the number of super-hot days in the California wine region, interfering with the way grapes ripen. Local scientists and wineries are beginning to look at how to prepare.
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Gabriela Quirós is a Segment Producer for KQED-TV, and is the producer for this story.Tags: kqed, kqedquest, QUEST, Science