Daily Wine News: CA Wineries Selling Bulk Wine

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In the San Francisco Chronicle, Esther Mobley reports on the California wineries offering deep discounts by selling bulk wine.

Wine-Searcher talks with winemakers and experts around the world about the unexpected impact the pandemic is having on their businesses, and the lessons the industry can learn now, and bring with them into the future.

In Wine Enthusiast, Chasity Cooper delves into the rise and fall in popularity of malolactic fermentation.

In the Wall Street Journal, Lettie Teague on how to make wine purchases count as the wine industry pivots. (subscription req.)

Aleksander Vasovic reports on the ways Serbia’s wine producers are being hit hard by the coronavirus lockdown in Reuters.

In Vox, Rebecca Jennings reports on the recent surge in alcohol sales. “The Boston-based alcohol delivery platform Drizly saw a sales increase of 461 percent over its expectation during the week of March 30, and each week those numbers continue to grow. More of those sales are also happening earlier in the week.”

Lenn Thompson highlights the New York wineries and cideries offering discounts and shipping deals during the COVID-19 quarantine.

In VinePair, Vicki Denig looks at what climate change means for the future of Chablis.

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