More famous for its edam and gouda, the Netherlands’ credit climate change for their success with Maasvallei Limburg wine


A Dutch wine produced on the stony banks of the Maas river is set to join champagne, parma ham, and stilton cheese, among the European delicacies given protected status by the EU, in what is said to be the latest consequence of climate change to the geography of wine making.

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