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The Mason-Dixon Wine

The “green line” that delineates where you should get your wine if you’re concerned about its carbon footprint: West of the line, go Californian; if you live to the east, get your vino from France.

The map was put together as part of a study by Tyler Colman (aka Dr. Vino) and Pablo Paster called “Red, White and ‘Green’: The Cost of Carbon in the Global Wine Trade.”

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