Last week's extreme cold could mean you'll end up paying more for a bottle of wine in the future.
Since the cold spell affected all 50 states, nobody is safe....especially certain types of grapes.
Temps of negative 8 to negative 10 degrees on the grapevines, can destroy the buds, and that's what determines how next years crop will turn out.
Winemakers won't have a good understanding of how bad it really is until February or March when they start pruning the grape buds.
A lot of damage means that cheap bottle of wine you like may not be so cheap after all.
I read this at kshp.com