- Authors: JEREMY CUKIERMAN, HERVÉ QUÉNOL & MICHELLE BOUFFARD
- Publisher: Dunod
- Language: French
- Release date: 09/2021
- Number of pages: 272
- Dimensions: 15.5 x 24 cm
- Weight: 451g
- Format: softcover
- ISBN: 9782100833320
Spring frosts, heat waves and droughts, fires and smoky tastes, intense variations from one year to another, and even during a season… the climatic challenges are multiplying and the world of wine is impacted at all levels , from the vine to the glass.
However, this book is anything but a new alarmist testimony that announces the disappearance of current terroirs and the end of great wines. Written by three international climate and wine experts, it is a milestone and an open door to the future. Although it recalls the context, the issues and the implications of climate change for the world of wine, it above all highlights the virtuous initiatives and adaptation strategies, both in the vineyard and in the cellar, during transport or marketing, based on varied and innovative examples around the world. The solution is at hand, that of a different wine, still as great and much more responsible.
A book that is both educational, didactic and narrative, which explains, illustrates and analyzes the climatic changes observed and the medium and long term perspectives and solutions for the vine.
Jeremy Cukierman Master of Wine, journalist, wine merchant and director of the Kedge Wine School. Author of "Essential winegrowers: between tradition and innovation" De la Martinière, 2019, 400 p, 65 euros - Price closed Vougeot 2020.
Herve Quenol Recognized researcher & climatologist and specialist in the impacts of climate change on global viticulture.
Michelle Bouffard (Canada / Quebec) journalist, sommelier and teacher, founder of the international symposium "Tasting Climate Change" which explores the challenges of climate change and solutions for the sector.
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