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COVID-19 has changed the marketplace, but here is a way you can come out of the chaos, perhaps stronger because of it.

Bernard Kenner

Wine subscription box services can be an alternative revenue stream for wineries.

Alicia Rennoll

There is a local food charity, Sonoma Family Meal, that has pivoted its business model quickly to start paying restaurants to cook for those in need. They expect to put at least 20 restaurants and 100 employees back to work, cooking 100,000 meals over the next three months.

Catherine Fallis

The pandemic has hit everyone hard. Can you ride out the storm and re-emerge to thrive again at the end of it? Our Small Business Pandemic Survival Kit provides you with the resources and advice to survive and recover from the coronavirus pandemic.

Many American wine producers may not survive the virus crisis. Buying their wine online or at their cellar door will help.

Roger Morris

Many hospitality establishments team up to raise funds for staff during time of need.

Stacey Sears

Polyphenols in wine may help fight cavities and gum disease.

Alicia Rennoll

Ushering in spring with some delightful rosés from around the world.

Penny Weiss

In response to the Coronavirus, the Colorado Center for Innovation in Community Capital LLC is launching a series of products and services to assist small businesses in rapidly obtaining funding from disaster relief programs.

Santé Staff