U.S. wine industry faces multitude of threats
The West Coast wildfires have devastated about 30 wineries in California's Napa Valley, and many winery owners say it will be a long time before they fully recover. The pandemic has also caused these vineyards to take a substantial financial hit. Contributing writer for The Washington Post and former winery owner Tim Carl joined CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss.
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