It is to be expected that higher temperatures and CO2-concentrations will benefit viniculture in Denmark (1). Relatively little has been published on the impact of climate change on viniculture in Europe, however. In Europe, areas that may be suitable for viniculture will increase especially in Northern Germany, Denmark and Southern England (2). In fact, the area that is being used for viniculture in Southern England has already increased by 250% between 1985 and 2000 (3).
The references below are cited in full in a separate map 'References'. Please click here if you are looking for the full references for Denmark.
- Stock et al. (2004)
- Harrison and Butterfield (1999); IPCC (2001), both in: Stock et al. (2004)
- Palutikof (2000), in: Stock et al. (2004)