The Iberian Peninsula is one of the areas that will have to make a greater effort to adapt its wine production to the new climatic scenarios. This is confirmed by a study by the Polytechnic University of Madrid that ensures that, despite everything, the impact will be reduced.
More extreme temperatures, droughts or water stress are just some of the effects that experts associate with climate change in the coming years and all of them may affect the production and quality of wines.
But, to what extent? This is what a study analyzes in which researchers from the Higher Technical School of Roads, Canals and Ports and the Higher Technical School of Agronomic, Food and Biosystems Engineering (ETSIAAB) of the Polytechnic University of Madrid have participated.
Read here the full article (in Spanish).