TEMECULA (CNS) - A Temecula Valley winery that was on pace for a record year shut down most operations, slashing staff and services, in the face of the novel coronavirus pandemic, but its CEO expressed confidence today that the vintner will survive. "I'm not scared of losing this business,'' Bill Wilson of Wilson Creek Winery & Vineyards told City News Service. "We just need to hang on until we can kickstart it back up again.'' The winery is among 46 established vintners in the Temecula Valley that have closed their doors to most indoor dining and canceled events following Gov. Gavin Newsom's emergency proclamation last week ordering "non-essential'' businesses to switch to telecommuting and for people to stay home as much as possible to limit COVID-19 exposure risks. The exec
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