In Australia, the End of Shiraz as We Know It?

Tasmania's Coal Valley on a wet winter's morning may not seem like the most obvious in-demand location for Australia's top wine producers. I'm Jane Wardell, reporting from Australia's southern-most island state, where the country's main wine companies are looking to find innovative ways to deal with climate change and the impacts on a multibillion-dollar industry. The problem is that the country's traditional growing regions, back up on the mainland, are simply getting too hot.

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