How to say Global Warming in Australian

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Besides melting the ice-caps, global warming may soon make wine connoisseurs sweat to find a good glass of wine.

Most grape species do not tolerate much heat, and with global warming
it's becoming more difficult to grow them. About 1000 Australian wine
reportedly are not being able to afford water to keep up good
quality production. They also are starting to think about switching to
more heat-resistant grapes and foresee problems growing signature
grapes such as pinot noir, cabernet, and sauvignon blanc.

A positive way of looking at it is that we may be able to grow
such grapes in places that now are too cold. I just can't wait for the
Siberian or North Canadian 2050 cabernet–sauvignon aged in French oak.

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