The Changing Climate of Minnesota Wine

September 07, 2022

As winemakers around the world scramble to adapt to the climate crisis, grapes engineered and grown in Minnesota—once a winemaking afterthought—might hold the secret to stabilizing their craft in an increasingly unstable climate.

Drew Horton, an enology specialist in CFANS; Matt Clark, an associate professor in Horticultural Science; and Colin Zumwalde, a researcher in CFANS, are quoted.