While the second half of this year is expected to be much better for the North Coast wine sector with the reopening of restaurants and tasting rooms with greater vaccine distribution, the coronavirus pandemic will have longer-term impacts on industry as economic and natural disasters in the past three decades, a key industry analyst said this week.
Prolonged and repeated closures of these major sales channels for local wineries are likely to have more of an impact than the Great Recession, the post-9/11 recession, natural disasters such as North Coast wildfires and hurricanes. on the east coast, and the decline of the north coast. wine sales in the late ’80s, said Jon Moramarco, director of BW166 and editor of the Gomberg Fredrikson report followed closely.
“They saw their activity on site dry up, so they transferred more of their allowances out siteMoramarco told 240 people in attendance Tuesday at the Business Journal’s virtual wine industry conference. “It helps drive that …
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