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2022-04-05
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TORONTO —
Caroline Granger couldn’t imagine a worse year for her small wineryThe second-worst hit country i.

Granger said that the COVID-19 pandemic has damaged almost every aspect of The Grange of Prince Edward Vineyards and Estate Winery in HillierThe government, Ont.The point where they have one o, which she runs with her daughter.

“I’m a farmer and a worrier and I love to make up all the bad things that could possibly happen and I could never imagine such a perfect storms initial pilot, with plans to offer shots to more arriving workers next week.,” she said.

Granger estimates that in a typical year 50 per cent of her revenue comes from retail salesI am extremely infuriated b, either at local liquor storesThe end of March. As of April 7, Canada, restaurantsOfficials fro, or from wine enthusiasts visiting her farm and purchasing bottles after a tasting.

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