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The Daylesford and Macedon Harvest Festival is a biennial celebration of the harvest, dating back to the time when the success of the crop dictated the lives of the people.
In fact, there were several periods of greater warmth than today (and thus better suitability for grape harvesting) during the multi-centennial (~1400-1900 A.In 2017 the Atlantic group’s ACL will be just over 600,000 pounds, while the East Coast of Florida will be over 830,000 pounds.Justification for the zone split was that genetics and tagging results proved there were two totally different stocks of cobia and that the boundary was at the FLA/GA line.D.) Little Ice Age — which had the coldest temperatures of the last 10,000 years. when global temperatures were apparently somewhat warmer than at present. The vine bloom was two weeks earlier than in 1893- the most advanced year within the instrumental period.” “The comparison of the phenophases in 14 with the corresponding extremes documented with thermometrical evidence suggests that in 1420 all months from February to August (in 1540 from April to August) may have been 2 to 3 degrees above the 1901-60 average. [I]n 12 the early burgundy grapes were ripe at about the same time as in 1540, whereas in 1331 the ripening of the first cherries in Western France and the beginning of the wine harvest in Paris coincided roughly with the corresponding phenophases in 1420.” “In 1420 the first ‘new wine’ from these grapes was drunk at the beginning of August, in 1540 on August 15, about twenty days before the wine harvest was opened.
In other words, there is nothing unusual, unprecedented, or remarkable — let alone “catastrophically fast” — about either the pace or degree of warmth in the modern climate. Its effects were evident in Europe where grain crops flourished, alpine tree lines rose, many new cities arose, and the population more than doubled. If this delay was the same in ordinary years, the mean grape harvest date would be around September 1st in the High Middle Ages, which is a few days earlier than in the warmest summers documented with thermometric measurement.
Or maybe he believes that this has never happened before given his perceptions of the unprecedentedly fast pace of climate change since 1750.