I read in The cross April 22, that the episode of frost that hit winegrowers and arborists this spring is a new manifestation of climate change. I find this shortcut more and more common in the face of temperatures or cataclysms that bring damage to nature and people. However, late frosts have always been the “great fear” of winegrowers and arborists. For example, Bordeaux and recent years, 1874, 1956, 1958, 1977, 1991, to take just a few, saw the harvest compromised from the start due to late frosts. It would be reasonable and conducive to science to invoke climate change only with caution and parsimony. It is the same in many other areas.