How German wineries turned disaster into a good year

How German wineries turned disaster into a good year – CBS News

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Last summer, floods flooded western Germany, killing nearly 200 people and destroying the Ahr Valley. Local winemakers whose vines were decimated raised money by selling “flood wines” – bottles whose labels were soiled with mud. The effort has raised $ 5 million to support local industry and raise awareness of winemaking in the region. It reports correspondent Seth Doane.

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