Environmental Challenges Could Lead to Argentina’s Worst Grape Harvest in Decades

This year’s environmental challenges could lead to the worst harvest in decades for Argentine winemakers.

Drought conditions are causing an especially dire situation in the Mendoza wine region, according to a March 23 article by France24. Extreme heat, lack of rain, hail, and frost have all contributed to what is expected to be an exceptionally small harvest from the region. Mendoza, a large province in western Argentina, accounts for some 78 percent of all Argentinian wine production.

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