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Bordeaux in China, Champagne in Kent

Rising temperatures in some of the world's most famous wine regions has forced growers abroad to set up vineyards in new, cooler areas. Elizabeth Wolkovich, from the University of British Columbia in the US, explains.

(Picture: A woman picking grapes at a vineyard in China's Xinjiang region. Credit: STR/AFP/Getty Images)

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