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There are no climate-change deniers in wine-production circles, and at ICCWS the concept was so ingrained in 1 discussions of risks and rewards that it was often referenced casually, as an accepted fact.
To close the event, wine writer Jamie Goode produced an executive summary of the ninth ICCWS with this pearl of wisdom: "You have to ask the right questions of the wine, and then you have to listen to the wine and let the wine speak." The next set of wine questions will have to wait until the 10th ICCWS, to be held in 2020 in Ontario, Canada.
Huiqin Ma from China Agricultural University in Beijing will open the third day of ICCWS 2016 with "Wine Production in Challenging Climates." She will focus on omics (including genomic, transcriptomic, proteomic and metabolomic studies) and big data to gain a better understanding of grape quality in cool climates.