Wine in the Canary Islands and climate change
Those of us who are Canaries and lovers of good wine from "the land" know that for two years the effects of the change of weather on wine have begun to be even more noticeable, something that surely is not in the only place that happens.
Concern for the environment seems that we have come late, at least to fix what we had already spoiled, so we have to make changes, the Ycoden Daute Isora Designation of Origin will be the first to put the cards on the table and has proposed for the next few days May 15th and 16th a course at their facilities by the teacher Fernando Zamora placeholder image, professor of oenology at the Rovira i Virgili University of Tarragona, in which they plan to address strategies on how to counteract the effects of the weather change on the island's vine crops.
If you are here and are interested in the subject, it is a good time to find out, in some parts of the country and the islands some measures are already being taken such as migrating crops.
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