What climate change means for the British wine industry

Could climate change help the UK in becoming a top shelf wine producer?

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    Wine production is a growing industry in the United Kingdom, in part, due to climate change.

    A record number of three million vines have been planted this year in England and Wales.

    Al Jazeera's Emma Hayward reports from Westow, Northern England.


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