Mexico's wine industry fears climate change

Mexico's wine industry produces more than 25 million bottles of wine a year and it is gathering momentum.

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    Mexico's wine industry produces more than 25 million bottles of wine a year and it is gathering momentum.

    The Valle de Guadalupe is crammed with small vineyards and has been called the country's Napa Valley.

    But its winemakers are already worrying about its future because of a warming climate.

    Al Jazeera's John Holman reports from the Guadalupe Valley.


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