Investment In Mountain Vineyards Pays Off For A Wine Producer In Southern France

Over twenty years ago, Nicolas and Miren de Lorgeril sought out vineyards at higher altitudes in the foothills of mountains in Southern France without any idea that climate change and global warming even existed. At the time, they were going against the grain in their Languedoc region as it was an area that was known for cheap wines and the stigma stuck even when producers were making high-quality wines, but at the time, it was thought that if winemakers made very ripe, concentrated wines with lots of density then they would be taken seriously. But Miren and Nicolas were young and pulled away from other opportunities to help with

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