"The effect of heating on
Vine is irreversible "
This company is working with several universities (Polytechnic of Madrid, Zaragoza, Barcelona) and the Science Institute of Vine and Wine to develop new methods of production of different grape varieties and study their genetic behavior to climate warming.
According to Sara Martin de la Helguera, Guadarrama technical department, "Spain since the 40s, has suffered a temperature rise of two to three degrees. This means that the wines have come to have a higher alcohol content, which means that the fermentation broth is more complicated, "he says as he walks among the vines and red autumn.
- Wine is bad warming
- Wines with high climate change
- Caldo in the vineyards
In Spain, climate change is manifesting in a significant advance of the harvest. Some wineries, like Torres , are being seriously affected, hence they are considering changing the variety of grapes grown or move the location of their strains in search of colder and higher locations. Other wineries groping the possibility of increasing the number of plants and keep their foliage to reduce the impact of the sun on the fruit and minimize the negative effects on maturation.