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Pinot noir vineyards are now dotting Hokkaido, better known for its ski slopes, as global warming raises spring-to-fall temperatures to a point suitable for cultivating the red grapes.

But the grapes, used in expensive wine in Hokkaido, could see reduced acidity as climate change progresses further and the amount of rainfall increases.

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