Tagged: italy

Prehistoric wine discovered in inaccessible caves forces a rethink of ancient Sicilian culture - Guest Work

Guest Author Feb 15, 2018

Davide Tanasi, University of South Florida This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. Monte Kronio rises 1,300 feet above the geothermally active landscape of southwestern Sicily. Hidden in its bowels is a labyrinthine system of caves, filled with hot sulfuric vapors. At lower levels, these caves average 99 degrees Fahrenheit and … Read More

In vino, climate veritas: Salinger on warming and the new world of wine - Hot Topic

Gareth Renowden Jun 23, 2014

Wine grapes are a climatically sensitive crop grown across a fairly narrow geographic range. Growing season temperatures for high-quality wine production is generally limited to 13–21°C on the average. This currently encompasses the Old World appellation regions of France, Italy, Germany, Spain and the Balkans, and those developing New World regions in California, Chile, Argentina, […] … Read More

The Climate Show #21: carbon, coal and Cook on BEST - Hot Topic

Gareth Renowden Nov 10, 2011

Bad news on carbon emissions balanced by good news on solar photovoltaics, a Medicane bringing dramatic flash flooding to Italy and France, a scientist who thinks the Arctic could be effectively ice free in late summer in only four years, and the inside story on what the New Zealand election might mean for climate policy [...] … Read More