California's lucrative wine industry is grappling with the COVID-19 crisis. Some wineries are reopening, but they've already lost a huge amount of revenue over the last four months.

California Wineries Wary Of Pandemic’s Long-Term Impact

By Saul Gonzalez NPR
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