UC Davis: Trellis Systems Can Protect Cabernet Sauvignon From Climate Change

One row at a vineyard

As climate change causes temperature increases in wine country, vintners look for ways to protect fragile grapes from increasingly hot environments. The solution, according to University of California, Davis researchers, may lie within the grapevine trellis system.

Results from a new study suggest that single high-wire trellis systems can protect grapes from overexposure to sunlight, according to a Sept. 29 press release. The research was published in the Frontiers in Plant Science academic journal.

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