Some of the world’s most celebrated wine-growing regions could become unsuitable for vineyards if global temperatures increase beyond 2°C by the end of the century, according to new analysis.

But the warming climate will boost UK wine growing efforts, the research said, as well as other emerging wine growing regions such as Washington State and Tasmania.

Currently, the world’s leading winegrowing regions are primarily located at mid latitudes such as California, the south of France, northern Spain and Italy.

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