What Superstorm Sandy did to wine
15 Nov 2012 by Linda Murphy
See also Jim Law's account of the situation in Virginia . When storms hit US wine regions, one can count on wine journalists to contact producers in search of a 'sky is falling' story. For East Coast growers and winemakers, the skies remained remarkably clear until after the completion of the 2012 October harvest, yet Superstorm Sandy found a way to mess with them anyway. Sandy hit the East Coast on 29 October, contributing to an estimated 85 deaths, massive destruction, flooding of subways, closures of airports, and leaving millions without power for days - and some still don't have it. The New York Times reported 13...

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