There Are World Shortages of Both Wine and Sriracha. Who Do We Speak to About This?

by Marissa Gold

Courtesy of Drugstore.comCourtesy of Drugstore.com After unusually bad weather affected grape supplies last year (including a reported 19 percent grape reduction in Bordeaux, France, alone) reports on an impending wine shortage emerged. Wine. Shortage.


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Deep breaths. Before you hit up your neighborhood liquor store and buy up all the reds like Elaine on a sponge-buying spree on Seinfeld, let's take a beat. There is good news: Wine production in the U.S. is only growing, so even if your favorite imports become less available (or more pricey) there are plenty of homegrown alternatives.

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But wine isn't the only item in danger. Sriracha is also experiencing a drought. The L.A.-based factory apparently was letting off such an intense smell (because, hello! that stuff is deliciously zingy) that the California Department of Public Health shut down production temporarily.

Which of these items would you be sadder to go without?

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