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Competition from the New World, a changing climate and technological advances have threatened the Burgundian notion that the quality of wine depends on regional geography and culture. Only flexibility can keep the concept of terroir alive.

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  1. Department of Watershed Sciences, Utah State University, Logan, Utah 84322–5210, USA

    • Michael A. White
  2. Coastal Carolina University, PO Box 261954, Conway, South Carolina 29526, USA

    • Philip Whalen
  3. Southern Oregon University, 1250 Siskiyou Boulevard, Ashland, Oregon 97520, USA.

    • Gregory V. Jones

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