What Will Happen to the Wine Industry in Napa In the Wake of Wildfires?

Wochit Headline News - Friday, 13 October 2017  (1 week ago)
As the wildfires continue in California, compelling stories abound: many lives lost, homes demolished and wineries devastated by the wildfires. It will take much more time to know the extent of the damage. There's one part of the story that may seem less dire, but it’s an important next question: what will it mean for the harvest? For the winery and vineyard owners, winemakers, and everyone employed by the wine industry, any loss of wine matters.

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