27 Wineries Damaged Or Destroyed By Recent Fires

 Thursday, October 26, 2017

 The Orange County Register

Here’s a partial list of the wineries damaged or destroyed by the deadly fires that ravaged northern California earlier this month. The situation is fluid and the list will undoubtedly change as properties are assessed. Darioush Winery: The picturesque estate, one of Napa’s prettiest, sustained landscape and vineyard damage, but the winery building was untouched. Domaine Carneros: The Carneros District winery where a popular sparkler is produced was undamaged, but a one-acre vineyard in Sonoma burned. Helena View Johnston Vineyards: The Calistoga winery was completely destroyed.



Helena View Johnston Vineyards: The Calistoga winery was completely destroyed.

Hagafen Cellars: The winery and tasting room at this Silverado Trail producer survived, but parts of the property burned, including the crush pad.

Jarvis Estate: This Atlas Peak winery was heavily damaged, but a 45,000-square-foot cave in the Vaca Mountains is safe.

Mayacamas Vineyards: One of the property’s historic buildings burned to the ground, but the winery survived.

Palmaz Vineyards: The winery’s main building suffered superficial damage.
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