- Starts:November 10, 2020 6:00 pm
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Climate change is making it increasingly difficult to grow grape varieties like Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon, which some experts fear may eventually go extinct. Meanwhile, innovative winemakers are experimenting with newer and more resilient varieties, some of which could eventually become the world’s most-planted vines. Esther Mobley, who writes about wine for the San Francisco Chronicle and has covered the effects of climate change on Napa Valley, will join Dan Petroski, winemaker for Larkmead Vineyards, and Elisabeth Forrestel, who studies the responses of wine grapes to warming temperatures, to discuss the future of grapes and wine, and the need to diversify in the face of climate change.
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