Nan'ao: continues to warm up, is it good or bad to harvest grapes early?
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发布日期:2018-09-07
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ABSTRACT: The rising temperatures in South Australia have brought the grapes into early maturity, and the situation of early maturity will continue. ABSTRACT: Rising temperatures across sout..........
ABSTRACT: The rising temperatures in South Australia have brought the grapes into early maturity, and the situation of early maturity will continue. ABSTRACT: Rising temperatures across southern Australia have contributed to grapes ripening earlier, and the trend is likely to continue. The momentum will continue. Winemaker Ken Helm of Murrumbateman, who is expected to break the record for the earliest grape harvest years in the Canberra region, says grape growers have grown a variety of grapes to adapt to the warming climate. "Last November was grape blossom, and we had this kind of hot weather, which was the earliest I've ever witnessed," Halm said. In fact, the warming climate is the fundamental reason for the abnormal reaction of grapes. It is reported that this year is the 39th year of Harm's wine, in his view, the past good at using cool climate ripening grapes wine brewers now have to adapt to gradually rising temperatures. "Grapes lose acidity if they ripen too early, and wine that loses acidity can't support complex flavors and tastes," Halm said. In that way, the wine will taste very weird. Under such conditions, it is difficult to ensure the quality of wine. In order to deal with this situation, it may be necessary to consider planting other heat-resistant grape varieties. " He believes that for crops, such weather is conducive to their maturity. But for brewers, early ripening is a blessing or a curse. Especially in those cool climates, winemakers are facing great challenges. Harm said, "my family has been involved in the wine industry, but I am rather worried about its prospects. I sincerely hope that this continuous warming climate can be terminated. " Ten years ago, CSIRO botanist Dr. Leanne Webb predicted that South Australian grapes would ripen early. "According to our experiments, 30% of the early maturity of South Australian grapes is attributed to hot and dry weather, which is expected to continue," she said. Not every kind of weather change is due to global warming, but there is a warming trend, and it is climate warming that leads to the early ripening of grapes. Nicki Robins of the South Australia's Barossa Grape and Wine Association says early grape harvest has become a common occurrence in Australia's high temperatures. "It's been a few years since the grapes were ripe, and the harvest of white grapes is earlier than that of red grapes," Robbins said. I think climate warming is the result of climate development, and the harvest time of grapes will be more and more advanced. (compile /Mia) statement: the copyright of this article belongs to the world of red wine. Please retain the copyright information. Pay attention to micro signal "wine-world" and understand the latest red wine information anytime and anywhere. ABSTRACT: The rising temperatures in South Australia have brought the grapes into early maturity, and the situation of early maturity will continue. ABSTRACT: Rising temperatures across southern Australia have contributed to grapes ripening earlier, and the trend is likely to continue. The momentum will continue. Winemaker Ken Helm of Murrumbateman, who is expected to break the record for the earliest grape harvest years in the Canberra region, says grape growers have grown a variety of grapes to adapt to the warming climate. "Last November was grape blossom, and we had this kind of hot weather, which was the earliest I've ever witnessed," Halm said. In fact, the warming climate is the fundamental reason for the abnormal reaction of grapes. It is reported that this year is the 39th year of Harm's wine, in his view, the past good at using cool climate ripening grapes wine brewers now have to adapt to gradually rising temperatures. "Grapes lose acidity if they ripen too early, and wine that loses acidity can't support complex flavors and tastes," Halm said. In that way, the wine will taste very weird. Under such conditions, it is difficult to ensure the quality of wine. In order to deal with this situation, it may be necessary to consider planting other heat-resistant grape varieties. " He believes that for crops, such weather is conducive to their maturity. But for brewers, early ripening is a blessing or a curse. Especially in those cool climates, winemakers are facing great challenges. Harm said, "my family has been involved in the wine industry, but I am rather worried about its prospects. I sincerely hope that this continuous warming climate can be terminated. " Ten years ago, CSIRO botanist Dr. Leanne Webb predicted that South Australian grapes would ripen early. "According to our experimental study, the early maturity of South Australian grapes is attributed to the hot and dry weather, and so on," she said.Please retain the copyright information. Pay attention to micro signal "wine-world" and understand the latest red wine information anytime and anywhere. ABSTRACT: The rising temperatures in South Australia have brought the grapes into early maturity, and the situation of early maturity will continue. ABSTRACT: Rising temperatures across southern Australia have contributed to grapes ripening earlier, and the trend is likely to continue. The momentum will continue. Winemaker Ken Helm of Murrumbateman, who is expected to break the record for the earliest grape harvest years in the Canberra region, says grape growers have grown a variety of grapes to adapt to the warming climate. "Last November was grape blossom, and we had this kind of hot weather, which was the earliest I've ever witnessed," Halm said. In fact, the warming climate is the fundamental reason for the abnormal reaction of grapes. It is reported that this year is the 39th year of Harm's wine, in his view, the past good at using cool climate ripening grapes wine brewers now have to adapt to gradually rising temperatures. "Grapes lose acidity if they ripen too early, and wine that loses acidity can't support complex flavors and tastes," Halm said. In that way, the wine will taste very weird. Under such conditions, it is difficult to ensure the quality of wine. In order to deal with this situation, it may be necessary to consider planting other heat-resistant grape varieties. " He believes that for crops, such weather is conducive to their maturity. But for brewers, early ripening is a blessing or a curse. Especially in those cool climates, winemakers are facing great challenges. Harm said, "my family has been involved in the wine industry, but I am rather worried about its prospects. I sincerely hope that this continuous warming climate can be terminated. " Ten years ago, CSIRO botanist Dr. Leanne Webb predicted that South Australian grapes would ripen early. "According to our experiments, 30% of the early maturity of South Australian grapes is attributed to hot and dry weather, which is expected to continue," she said. Not every kind of weather change is due to global warming, but there is a warming trend, and it is climate warming that leads to the early ripening of grapes. Nicki Robins of the South Australia's Barossa Grape and Wine Association says early grape harvest has become a common occurrence in Australia's high temperatures. "It's been a few years since the grapes were ripe, and the harvest of white grapes is earlier than that of red grapes," Robbins said. I think climate warming is the result of climate development, and the harvest time of grapes will be more and more advanced. (compile /Mia) statement: the copyright of this article belongs to the world of red wine. Please retain the copyright information. Pay attention to micro signal "wine-world" and understand the latest red wine information anytime and anywhere. ABSTRACT: The rising temperatures in South Australia have brought the grapes into early maturity, and the situation of early maturity will continue. ABSTRACT: Rising temperatures across southern Australia have contributed to grapes ripening earlier, and the trend is likely to continue. The momentum will continue. Winemaker Ken Helm of Murrumbateman, who is expected to break the record for the earliest grape harvest years in the Canberra region, says grape growers have grown a variety of grapes to adapt to the warming climate. "Last November was grape blossom, and we had this kind of hot weather, which was the earliest I've ever witnessed," Halm said. In fact, the warming climate is the fundamental reason for the abnormal reaction of grapes. It is reported that this year is the 39th year of Harm's wine, in his view, the past good at using cool climate ripening grapes wine brewers now have to adapt to gradually rising temperatures. "Grapes lose acidity if they ripen too early, and wine that loses acidity can't support complex flavors and tastes," Halm said. In that way, the wine will taste very weird. Under such conditions, it is difficult to ensure the quality of wine. In order to deal with this situation, it may be necessary to consider planting other heat-resistant grape varieties. " He believes that for crops, such weather is conducive to their maturity. But for brewers, early ripening is a blessing or a curse. Especially in those cool climates, winemakers are facing great challenges. Harm said, "my family has been involved in the wine industry, but I am rather worried about its prospects. I sincerely hope that this continuous warming climate can be terminated. " Ten years ago, CSIRO botanist Dr. Leanne Webb predicted that South Australian grapes would ripen early. She said:
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