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09/30/20

For permanent restaurant and bar closures during the month of August, click here, or scroll through the slideshow above to see restaurant closures for 2020.

09/30/20

"I didn't think fire would jump Highway 29, it was windy last night." - Dario Sattui

09/30/20

more fire news resources, guides and information, here ...

09/30/20

Behrens Family Winery in St. Helena - Burgess Cellars in Deer Park - Castello di Amorosa in Calistoga - Chateau Boswell in St. Helena - Fairwinds Winery in Calistoga - The Grill restaurant at Meadowood resort - Hourglass Winery - Hunnicutt Winery - Merus Winery in St. Helena - Newton Vineyard in St. Helena - Tofanelli Family Vineyard - Tuck Beckstoffer Estate

09/29/20

Hotel occupancy rates for August continued to edge higher in Napa, Sonoma, Marin and Solano counties than the previous four months of the pandemic, according to figures released Sept. 18 by data analytics firm STR.

09/29/20

Hundreds of firefighters are battling the massive Glass Incident Fire that is prompting mandatory evacuation orders in Napa and Sonoma County.

09/29/20

California's fire season struck hard and early this year, in part because August was the hottest on record statewide.

09/29/20

Firefighters were defending homes in the thickly wooded Los Alamos Road canyon Monday morning, where the Shady fire took hold in Sonoma County as embers from a wind-driven blaze in Napa County pushed west.

09/29/20

Meadowood Napa Valley suffered damage from the fire, but not the whole resort. Social media featured a dramatic photo of the restaurant, grill and pro shop burning.

09/29/20

More news at the Wine Business Fire Center with news, resources, guides and information ...

09/29/20

Residents of the North Bay's Wine Country have become tragically familiar with fast-moving wildfires that erupt in the dead of night amid intense autumn winds, forcing them to flee for their lives.

09/29/20

The Glass Incident fires have consumed more than 36,200 acres, with historic wineries and vineyards in their paths

09/29/20

Although the fair and its gala were canceled this year because of the coronavirus pandemic, the wine competition went ahead Sept. 15-16 at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds, with health and safety protocols such as social distancing and health checks for judges.

09/29/20

• Castello di Amorosa: • Chateau Boswell • Fairwinds Estate Winery: • Hourglass Winery • Hunnicutt Wines: • Newton Vineyard: • Sterling Vineyards • Tofanelli Vineyards:

09/29/20

"Due to the fires and evacuation orders in the surrounding areas, Castello di Amorosa will be closed until further notice. We remain grateful to all firefighters and first responders working so vigilantly to keep everyone safe."

09/29/20

"At this time there has been no damage or loss within the City limits but significant damage has occurred in the surrounding area."

09/29/20

Vintners were confronted with the possibility of not only losing their 2020 crop - but also their wineries, vineyards and homes. And with many of them evacuated, they were often not sure what exactly had happened to their properties.

09/29/20

The Glass fire grew to engulf 36,236 acres with 0% containment Monday evening. ... With this conflagration on the heels of August's Walbridge fire in Sonoma and the Hennessey fire in Napa, vintners predicted the region's 2020 harvest essentially would end because of the high risk, since only smoke-damaged grapes were left on the vines.

09/29/20

More than 68,000 people had been forced to flee homes in east Santa Rosa and unincorporated Sonoma County, city and county officials said. Another 30,000 or more were under warning to be ready to leave if fire conditions and activity warranted it, officials said. On the other side of the fire in Napa County, the entire city of Calistoga was added late Monday to a large territory on both sides of the Napa Valley under evacuation.

09/29/20

The Rombauer winery, which is noted for its world-class chardonnay, had not sustained any damage on the property as of Sunday at 5 p.m., said Carrie Reed, winery spokeswoman. Crews could be seen busily putting out nearby hot spots.

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