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  • Jancis Robinson
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  • Jancis Robinson
14 May 2008

Just a brief follow-up to my recent syndicated article Wine and water - scary stuff.

If this topic interests you, you might like to take a look at Some wine grape growers turning to dry farming methods published yesterday by National Examiner.

Meanwhile California has experienced its frostiest spring since 1972, Barcelona is out of water, and weather patterns almost everywhere seem to be marked by nothing more than a lack of pattern.

If dry farming interests you, you might like to look at the scores of articles on the subject you can access easly by the new wine information resource, whose creator Douglas Cook asked for feedback via members' forum.

The precise link for dry farming articles is here.

See also this thread in members' forum.