One of the ongoing hot topics for the world of wine is shortages related to supply chain issues. But this is not the empty shelves and none-to-be-found situation of hand sanitizer or toilet paper in April 2020, says senior editor Alison Napjus. Consumers can have faith that their local restaurants and retailers will have wines, but they might not have a specific wine.
And how is that really different from the previous norm?
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