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France is battling to save champagne after rising temperatures threaten to ruin the grape varieties used to make the fizzy beverage.

Scientists say the lavish drink could disappear by mid-century after data from 50 weather stations show that average temperatures have risen by 1.1C since 1990.

The article goes on to state the following:

And if the warmer weather continues to rise and reach 2C higher, ‘champagne will be gone forever’, The Sunday Times reports.

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