[custom_frame_left shadow=”on”][/custom_frame_left]If you thought you were having a bad day, it's about to get worse. Sources such as Whole Foods are indicating a grape shortage that is wreaking havoc on the wine industry. Customers are flocking to the wine shelves only to find them empty or with only white zinfandel remaining. It has incited the kind of chaos you only hear about in dystopian fiction novels.
Experts are speculating that the cause of the grape shortage stems from the rare but highly infectious bug, Aprilus Foolus Dayus. The bug has been spotted everywhere from the mountains, to the prairies, to the oceans white with foam. From sea to shining sea farmers are baffled about how to get a handle on the outbreak.
We're urging our readers to take every precaution necessary and join a wine club as soon as possible to ensure that they will not be left empty handed the next time that they slip into the hot tub or need something to pair with a cheese tray. Or maybe just wait until April 2 when everything will go back to normal.