If melting ice caps, dwindling polar bears and strange weather patterns don't make you both nervous and mad about global warming, this surely will:
SAY GOODBYE TO PINOT NOIR
The reason you adore pinot noir is that it comes from a notoriously temperamental thin-skinned grape that thrives in cool climates. Warmer temperatures are already damaging the pinots from Oregon, “baking away” the grape’s berry flavors.
The piece goes on to list other things that make life worth living, from salmon dinners to ski vacations, all endangered by global warming. Read it and weep - especially for the risk posed to pinot noir.
I like a cabernet better so I hope that's not going to be effected by global warming! :)
lol now this is a real crisis for you!
I know it won't really all happen for another 100 years but why don't people care about this???
I hate when I see the pictures of polar bears stranded on an iceberg.
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