Champagne could lose its classic taste due to climate change


Our celebratory bubblies are now being significantly changed as a result of climate change. The seasonal shifts in temperature that have become more and more peculiar over the years are affecting grape production in regions around the world. Champagne grapes depend on a very cool climate and chalky textured soil in order to produce the crisp fruity taste it is known for. The zesty acidity that leaves drinkers with a unique punch is equally responsible for the sparking wine’s ability to age. Pairing… View full post on Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

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