A proposed high speed rail line connecting Bordeaux to Spain threatens the future of winemaking in Sauternes and Barsac, the local producers' union has warned.
and set connect Toulouse, Bordeaux and northern Spain – were outlined in October 2013. It would not be ready until 2027.Sauternes and Barsac producers are the latest in Bordeaux to voice disquiet about the line, which has caused concern in Bordeaux wine circles since plans first emerged several years ago. Until 8 December, the public has the opportunity to comment below France’s environmental code. 'We only noticed late about its environmental impact,' Planty told Decanter.com ahead of a press talks. ‘The project is crazy.’ He said the project could end winemakers’ careers in Sauternes and Barsac. ‘One of the railway lines would cut the Ciron river in three places and in 30 of its tributaries, and thus make the water warmer, which would
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