•Climate change scenario impacted vegetative growth in red and white Tempranillo.•Drought was the factor causing the decreased growth under climate change.•Elevated CO2 did not compensate the negative effects of drought on growth.•Yield and yield-related traits were unaffected by the climate change scenario.•Additive decreases of gS were observed in response to CO2, temperature and drought.
Agricultural Water Management – Elsevier
Published: Apr 1, 2018
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