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Napa Valley has warmed only slightly, study says

Issue Date: February 9, 2011

Contrary to the notion that the Napa Valley has warmed substantially due to climate change, a new report documents the region has warmed only by a degree or two during the past several decades. The Napa Valley Vintners Association, which sponsored the study and released its results last week, called the finding noteworthy in light of a 2006 study, widely reported in the media, that predicted Napa Valley would soon become too warm to grow winegrapes.

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