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Wine Spectator: Firefighters Battle Sonoma Blaze While Wineries Wonder And Worry

The Kincade wildfire in Sonoma has grown to more than 74,000 acres, according to Cal Fire officials, with 123 structures destroyed. Continue reading →

Posted in News on October 29, 2019

Wine Spectator: As Kincade Wildfire Spreads, California Governor Declares Statewide Emergency

As feared, California’s Kincade wildfire moved rapidly through Sonoma County over the weekend, burning thousands of additional acres and claiming both Soda Rock and Field Stone wineries. Continue reading →

Posted in News on October 28, 2019

Sonoma State Survey Shows Tourism Returning After Wine Country Fires

The biggest effects from last year’s wine country wildfires were to the area’s tourism industry, not its vineyards, according to a study released by the Wine Business Institute at Sonoma State University. Continue reading →

Posted in News on January 25, 2018

Wine Spectator: Northern California Vintners Assess Wildfire Damage

The smoke and ash remain thick over large parts of Sonoma and Napa Counties, but residents are returning and businesses are reopening. Continue reading →

Posted in News on October 18, 2017

Wine Spectator: Firefighters Battle Massive Fires in Napa, Sonoma and Mendocino

Cooler temperatures, higher humidity levels and weaker winds on Tuesday allowed firefighters in some of Northern California’s most renowned wine areas to escalate their battle against the devastating wildfires that started Sunday night, spurring an estimated 25,000 people to flee their homes, wiping out entire neighborhoods and scorching more than 100,000 acres. Continue reading →

Posted in News on October 11, 2017

Wine Spectator: At Least 10 Dead And Two Wineries Destroyed As Wildfires Devastate Parts Of Napa And Sonoma Counties

Multiple wildfires spread across large portions of Napa and Sonoma counties Sunday night and early Monday morning, forcing thousands from their homes, burning hundreds of structures and scorching tens of thousands of acres. Continue reading →

Posted in News on October 10, 2017

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