California winegrape growers could suffer at least $437 million in lost sales from this years grape harvest due to COVID-19 related economic disruptions.
Two months since going remote, auction houses see results, while raising funds for hospitality workers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Vineyard owners throughout Central Virginia were hit hard by several late spring frost events after a warmer-than-average winter.
The winemaking business sits at an intersection of agriculture, retail, wholesale, exporting, and hospitality sectors, which makes it particularly vulnerable during Ontario’s ongoing state of emergency.
The Covid-19 pandemic is making winery buyers skittish about buying grapes during the upcoming harvest, according to a top industry analyst.
The spread of the novel coronavirus has led to the radical disappearance of the HoReCa channel that could result in a more than 50% loss of wine sales in Europe alone.