The future of wine is very dry

In the last 15 years, 20 new wineries have been established in the Negev desert of Southern Israel. Techniques used to grow grapes in this dry climate include netting for shade, trellises so the vines are not exposed to the full sun, sensors for soil humidity, thermal cameras and (of course) drip irrigation.

https://aabgu.org/the-dry-future-of-wine/#

http://www.parsintl.com/eprints/S077057.pdf

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