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PG&E: Nearly 800,000 PG&E Customers Affected by Safety Shutoff. Wineries Adjust to the "New Normal"

October 10, 2019

The number of Napa Valley wineries closed for business Wednesday was unclear. Robert Mondavi Winery, The Prisoner, Conn Creek Winery, Beringer, Sterling Vineyards and Mumm Napa posted signs or blocked driveways, indicating they were closed to the public. Others welcomed visitors, including Inglenook, Raymond Vineyards, Titus Vineyards, Louis Martini, Alpha Omega, V. Sattui and Castello di Amorosa.