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Study: Warming could make Montana wine region

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MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — Climate change warnings tend to focus on the losers, but western Montana would come up a winery winner, according to a new scientific analysis of temperature trends. "Winter temperatures have been a limit to vineyard growth in our state," said Gary Tabor, director of the Center for Large Landscape Conservation in Bozeman and one of the co-authors of "Climate Change, Wine...

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