A much as 70% of the world’s wine-growing regions, from Spain, Italy, and Greece to southern California, will become potentially or completely incapable of producing high-end wine if global temperatures rise more than 2°C (3.6°F) above pre industrial levels, a new study warns. Grape harvests have already advanced by 2–3 weeks over the past 40 years. The research, published Tuesday in Nature Reviews Earth & Environment, found 29% of current growing regions would be completely unable to produce premium wine due to the extreme climate conditions, while another 41% would be unable to produce premium wine without undertaking certain adaptation measures. (The Hill, CBS, Salon, Decanter)