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One consequence of the climate crisis: Why the Riesling will soon taste different


Climate change is causing considerable problems for some winemakers - especially with Riesling. Oenologist Monika Christmann suspects that Germany's top wine will change significantly.

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Working on the steep slope: a winemaker at the current Riesling harvest in Vaihingen an der Enz

Photo: Marijan Murat / dpa

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