Posted: Sep 11, 2020
Zach Everett had no intention of growing grapes when he started making alcoholic drinks 15 years ago - the weather was simply too cold.
Instead the Canadian farmer had his sights set on making fruit wines, from strawberries, cranberries and even rhubarb.
Today his business in the province of New Brunswick, Magnetic Hill Winery, also makes a full range of wines from grapes - white, rosé, red and sparkling.
"The reason in large part is climate change," says the 35-year-old.
He says that 20 years ago the grapes wouldn't have ripened enough for them to be made into a palatable wine. The summers on Canada's east coast were not warm enough, and they were too short.
By Stav Dimitropoulos and Will Smale
September 11, 2020
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