Trees found growing at record altitudes up Scotland’s Munros

Have they also found wild red wine growing there? Because we have Roman tax records that show red wine was harvested regularly around the city of York in Northern England about 2000 years ago. Given, York is not in Scotland but you can try to plant red wine there today and see what happens. Not much most likely. It’s way too cold for that. So 2000 years ago it was much warmer or maybe there was some devious Roman tax collector who faked the records and he is chuckling in his grave now because he fooled us future Earthlings 2 Millennia later. But I have serious doubts about so much farsightedness. 

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