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Canadian producers are constantly innovating their winemaking techniques to adapt to changing styles, trends and even climate. They're drying their grapes appassimento styleembracing the art of assemblage and taking over the world

Climate Change is a popular topic right now, and for good reason. The varying temperatures and unpredictable weather can cause havoc on the vineyards. We took a look at how Canadian producers are dealing with the unexpected climate. Scroll on to read more.

Climate change is a big part of winery planning

How are Canadian producers dealing with it?

Find out here
Brock University’s Vine Alert program

The Vine Alert grape bud hardiness alerts, a crucial and important warning system, tells growers when temperatures are approaching levels that can be harmful to grape vines (-20˚C and colder), followed by bud survival rates. It’s an indication of the crop to come.

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