2020 has been a historically tough year for wine producers, particularly those in California. First, the coronavirus pandemic closed tasting rooms and restaurants, disrupting business and key supply chains — thus cutting off primary revenue streams — for many producers. Then, Northern California’s wine country was hit by the state’s worst fire season yet, resulting in the destruction of numerous historic properties as well as the lingering specter of possible smoke taint haunting this year’s crop.
Read about new USDA direct relief payments now available for wine grape growers on WineBusiness.com.
About BPM’s Agribusiness Group
BPM has been serving California’s agricultural communities for more than 30 years. We understand that running a business is no small task, and we are committed to providing solutions to producers and processors of all sizes.
Our keen knowledge of agribusiness-specific tax exemptions and accounting topics ensures BPM clients receive great service and potential business savings – whether you are ready to file your taxes, are preparing for an audit, or need consultation as you make business decisions that will impact your profits.
We provide a complete offering of financial services at farms, processors and wineries of all sizes, including initial setup of accounting systems, forecasting, bank loan negotiation, business succession planning and CFO services, among others.
Learn more at https://www.bpmcpa.com/Agribusiness.