SPECIAL REPORT: COVID-19: Wine in a Time of Pandemic

SPECIAL REPORT: COVID-19: Wine in a Time of Pandemic
Venice's canals were empty in late March as Italy instituted social health regulations. (Simone Padovani/Awakening/Getty Images)
From the Jun 30, 2020, issue

The coronavirus pandemic has sent shockwaves through the wine industry, wiping out restaurant sales and disrupting production in several countries. However, signs of hope are emerging, as relief efforts led by industry giants ratchet into high gear.

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