A bottle of dessert wine from the Egon Müller-Scharzhof vineyard in the Moselle Valley fetched 6433,14 Euro – making it 2011's most expensive German wine. We find out what makes wine from this vineyard so special.
Illegal gold prospectors are threatening the Manu National Park in Peru, which is a World Heritage Site. More species of wild animals and plants have been documented in Peru than anywhere else on Earth.
Climate change, new pests and diseases are threatening Riesling wine. Warmer temperatures are forcing winemakers to increase the use of plant protection methods, namely pesticides.
Maverick Thai winemakers are proving this tropical country's ability to produce quality wine, breaking all the rules along the way - aided by a little German inspiration.
As the planet heats up, wildfires in wine country are becoming more frequent and more intense, forcing vintners to get creative. And you can taste that.
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