A freak hailstorm hit Pojer e Sandri vineyards a few days ago and here are some of the pictures.
Sadly, for many winegrowers, they lost their whole crop. Luckily for Pojer e Sandri the damage wasn't that bad.
But can you imagine having these beasts fall on your vineyard? To be a farmer, in any field, is to trust that mother nature will take your side. But that also means that someone else might not be as lucky.
Thanks for the pictures, Federico Sandri, and we wish you guys all the best in the coming harvest.
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