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12 Wineries Have Been Damaged by Napa, Sonoma Fires So Far

12 Wineries Have Been Damaged by Napa, Sonoma Fires So Far


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As the Northern California wildfires continue to ravage wine country, reports of wineries being damaged and even destroyed have been confirmed by property owners. The fires, which have claimed at least 17 lives and damaged 140,000 acres of land, are still burning despite the tireless efforts of fire teams.

A complete list of wineries damaged and destroyed has not been created, as several owners have not yet filed any sort of claim regarding the state of their properties. Luckily, social media and other media outlets have been able to provide us with data. Here is what we know so far:

In Napa County, Signorello Vineyard has had its winery completely destroyed, though Fortune has reported that there are indications that the vineyard may have survived.

Stags’ Leap Winery has been affected, but the extent of the damage is unknown.

White Rock Vineyards, one of Napa’s oldest wineries, has been completely destroyed.

William Hill Estate Winery suffered cosmetic damage to the winery and minimal damage to the vineyard.

Darioush had vineyard damage but reported that their winery was still standing.

In Sonoma County, Paradise Ridge Winery reported via their Facebook page that the winery has been destroyed and that a boiling river of wine now runs through some of where the property used to be.

Nicholson Ranch confirmed via Facebook that they had suffered some damage, but they are hoping to have the power back on this week.

Chateau St. John was originally reported as being destroyed, but the winery’s main structure appears to be unharmed. Damage to the vineyard is still being measured.

Mayo Family Wineries suffered the loss of a house on their property and no other reported damage.

Gundlach Bundschu Winery tweeted confirmation that they lost their family home and that their winery has suffered some damage.

And in Mendocino County, Frey Vineyards Winery has been completely destroyed, as has Oster Wine Cellars.

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Update:

Hagafen Cellars' winery infrastructure and crush pad was severely damaged by the Atlas Peak fire. Their guest house has burned to the ground and approximately 1 acre of their estate Napa Valley CS vineyard has burned.

GoFundMe has launched a campaign for those affected by the Northern California wildfires. To donate, click here.

The Daily Meal will continue to update this story with any new information.


Glass Fire map shows wineries, landmarks destroyed in wine country

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The Glass Fire erupted early Sunday morning on Sept. 27 and merged with two smaller fires that left a trail of damage in its wake through Napa and Sonoma counties.

While the fire is almost contained after scorching more than 67,000 acres throughout California's wine country, we've already started assessing the damage left behind. Use the interactive map below to see the wineries, hotels and other Napa Valley businesses that were either destroyed or damaged in the wildfire.

As of Tuesday, at least 642 homes in Napa and Sonoma counties were destroyed and another 150 were damaged.


  • Barlow Vineyards: The vineyard lost a lot of equipment, but their property is safe, they said on Facebook.
  • Barnett Vineyards: "The property was hit mainly in the vineyards, our storage shed and our deck. We fought off the fire from the winery and residence," the vineyard said on Instagram.
  • Behrens Family Winery: "Our sweet little winery building, guest apartment and beloved Westcraft Trailer were burned to the ground. Our new tasting room and crush pad/tank barn are still standing," the winery said on Facebook.
  • Black Rock Inn: The Silverado Trail establishment was confirmed destroyed.
  • Bremer Family Winery: Bay Area News Group saw a fully charred vineyard, but that the historic buildings had survived.
  • Burgess Cellars: This Deer Park winery also sustained heavy damage.
  • Cain Vineyard & Winery: The winery confirmed on Instagram that it sustained major damage, but took solace its wine survived because it was stored in a facility in south Napa.
  • Calistoga Ranch: State Senator Bill Dodd tweeted pictures of the destroyed luxury resort.
  • Castello di Amorosa:: While the iconic castle at this popular tourist attraction survived, the winery lost a critical storage building that housed thousands of bottles of wine. The owner also confirmed to ABC7 News that their lab and offices were also destroyed.
  • Chateau Boswell Winery in St. Helena: The winery was destroyed on the first night of the Glass Fire.
  • Dutch Henry Winery: This winery on the Silverado Trail burned, winemaker Scott Chafen confirmed to the San Francisco Chronicle.
  • Eeden Vineyards: Bay Area News Group photojournalist Jane Tyska reports the winery has been destroyed.
  • Fairwinds Estate Winery: ABC7 News visited the remains of this winery, which suffered major damage
  • Fantesca Estate & Winery: Fantesca reported on Facebook that a deck was destroyed by the fire, but the vineyards and the main winery buildings are intact.
  • The Glass Mountain Inn in St. Helena: The bed and breakfast was destroyed.
  • Kelly Fleming Wines: The estate suffered some damage, the winery said on Facebook, but the stone winery, vines and 2020 vintage (which was already in barrel) were all spared.
  • Hourglass Winery: The winery confirmed on Instagram that most of its Blueline Estate was destroyed in the fire. "Our Blueline Estate was unfortunately in nature's furious path. The loss will take some time to settle in."
  • Hunnicutt Wine Company: The winery confirmed on its website that the property sustained some damage: "While the Glass Fire did reach our property and caused significant structural damage, we are grateful for the amazing fire crews who protected the main building and kept our cave as secure as ever."
  • Meadowood Napa Valley and its Michelin-starred Restaurant at Meadowood: Firefighters were initially able to stop the fire from destroying the restaurant, but the blaze damaged the water tanks that firefighters were using to fight the fire and then they ran out of water.
  • Merus Wines: "Despite suffering some damage throughout the estate, our main building, the heart and soul of our operations, is still standing," the winery said on Facebook.
  • Newton Vineyard: On Instagram, the vineyard confirmed its property was "significantly impacted."
  • Phifer Pavitt Wine: The winery is still standing, but the vineyard and home on property were badly damaged.
  • Seven Stones: The GM told Wine Spectator they lost the guest tower, but no other structures were affected.
  • School House Vineyard: One house on this Spring Mountain property was destroyed, manager Tim Mosher told the San Francisco Chronicle.
  • Spring Mountain Vineyard: The vineyard confirmed on its website that the fire "swept through the entire property, essentially vaporized most of our historic buildings that date back over a century." However, they were able to save the main winery, wine caves, and the Miravalle Mansion.
  • Sterling Vineyards: ABC7 News visited the vineyard and while the majority of the property survived, some tanks and exterior structures sustained damage.
  • Tofanelli Vineyards: The vineyard in Calistoga was damaged.
  • Westwood Estate Wines/Annadel Gap Vineyard: Estate director Andrew Tomassini told Sonoma Magazine the vineyard suffered a near total loss of vines.

"The footprint of this fire has occurred in between the 2017 Tubbs, Nuns and Adobe fires," said CAL FIRE incident commander Billy See in a press conference Tuesday. "This land has no fire history that's recorded. This burned in all the acreage that was saved in 2017."

The interactive map below shows the size and scope of the Glass Fire's burn scar so far.

Having trouble viewing the map? Click here to open it in a new window.

Note: The boundaries are provided by CAL FIRE, and may not be precise. The acres burned and containment are also updated as CAL FIRE releases new information.
More than 26,000 structures are still threatened by the fire, according to CAL FIRE.


Glass Fire map shows wineries, landmarks destroyed in wine country

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The Glass Fire erupted early Sunday morning on Sept. 27 and merged with two smaller fires that left a trail of damage in its wake through Napa and Sonoma counties.

While the fire is almost contained after scorching more than 67,000 acres throughout California's wine country, we've already started assessing the damage left behind. Use the interactive map below to see the wineries, hotels and other Napa Valley businesses that were either destroyed or damaged in the wildfire.

As of Tuesday, at least 642 homes in Napa and Sonoma counties were destroyed and another 150 were damaged.


  • Barlow Vineyards: The vineyard lost a lot of equipment, but their property is safe, they said on Facebook.
  • Barnett Vineyards: "The property was hit mainly in the vineyards, our storage shed and our deck. We fought off the fire from the winery and residence," the vineyard said on Instagram.
  • Behrens Family Winery: "Our sweet little winery building, guest apartment and beloved Westcraft Trailer were burned to the ground. Our new tasting room and crush pad/tank barn are still standing," the winery said on Facebook.
  • Black Rock Inn: The Silverado Trail establishment was confirmed destroyed.
  • Bremer Family Winery: Bay Area News Group saw a fully charred vineyard, but that the historic buildings had survived.
  • Burgess Cellars: This Deer Park winery also sustained heavy damage.
  • Cain Vineyard & Winery: The winery confirmed on Instagram that it sustained major damage, but took solace its wine survived because it was stored in a facility in south Napa.
  • Calistoga Ranch: State Senator Bill Dodd tweeted pictures of the destroyed luxury resort.
  • Castello di Amorosa:: While the iconic castle at this popular tourist attraction survived, the winery lost a critical storage building that housed thousands of bottles of wine. The owner also confirmed to ABC7 News that their lab and offices were also destroyed.
  • Chateau Boswell Winery in St. Helena: The winery was destroyed on the first night of the Glass Fire.
  • Dutch Henry Winery: This winery on the Silverado Trail burned, winemaker Scott Chafen confirmed to the San Francisco Chronicle.
  • Eeden Vineyards: Bay Area News Group photojournalist Jane Tyska reports the winery has been destroyed.
  • Fairwinds Estate Winery: ABC7 News visited the remains of this winery, which suffered major damage
  • Fantesca Estate & Winery: Fantesca reported on Facebook that a deck was destroyed by the fire, but the vineyards and the main winery buildings are intact.
  • The Glass Mountain Inn in St. Helena: The bed and breakfast was destroyed.
  • Kelly Fleming Wines: The estate suffered some damage, the winery said on Facebook, but the stone winery, vines and 2020 vintage (which was already in barrel) were all spared.
  • Hourglass Winery: The winery confirmed on Instagram that most of its Blueline Estate was destroyed in the fire. "Our Blueline Estate was unfortunately in nature's furious path. The loss will take some time to settle in."
  • Hunnicutt Wine Company: The winery confirmed on its website that the property sustained some damage: "While the Glass Fire did reach our property and caused significant structural damage, we are grateful for the amazing fire crews who protected the main building and kept our cave as secure as ever."
  • Meadowood Napa Valley and its Michelin-starred Restaurant at Meadowood: Firefighters were initially able to stop the fire from destroying the restaurant, but the blaze damaged the water tanks that firefighters were using to fight the fire and then they ran out of water.
  • Merus Wines: "Despite suffering some damage throughout the estate, our main building, the heart and soul of our operations, is still standing," the winery said on Facebook.
  • Newton Vineyard: On Instagram, the vineyard confirmed its property was "significantly impacted."
  • Phifer Pavitt Wine: The winery is still standing, but the vineyard and home on property were badly damaged.
  • Seven Stones: The GM told Wine Spectator they lost the guest tower, but no other structures were affected.
  • School House Vineyard: One house on this Spring Mountain property was destroyed, manager Tim Mosher told the San Francisco Chronicle.
  • Spring Mountain Vineyard: The vineyard confirmed on its website that the fire "swept through the entire property, essentially vaporized most of our historic buildings that date back over a century." However, they were able to save the main winery, wine caves, and the Miravalle Mansion.
  • Sterling Vineyards: ABC7 News visited the vineyard and while the majority of the property survived, some tanks and exterior structures sustained damage.
  • Tofanelli Vineyards: The vineyard in Calistoga was damaged.
  • Westwood Estate Wines/Annadel Gap Vineyard: Estate director Andrew Tomassini told Sonoma Magazine the vineyard suffered a near total loss of vines.

"The footprint of this fire has occurred in between the 2017 Tubbs, Nuns and Adobe fires," said CAL FIRE incident commander Billy See in a press conference Tuesday. "This land has no fire history that's recorded. This burned in all the acreage that was saved in 2017."

The interactive map below shows the size and scope of the Glass Fire's burn scar so far.

Having trouble viewing the map? Click here to open it in a new window.

Note: The boundaries are provided by CAL FIRE, and may not be precise. The acres burned and containment are also updated as CAL FIRE releases new information.
More than 26,000 structures are still threatened by the fire, according to CAL FIRE.


Glass Fire map shows wineries, landmarks destroyed in wine country

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The Glass Fire erupted early Sunday morning on Sept. 27 and merged with two smaller fires that left a trail of damage in its wake through Napa and Sonoma counties.

While the fire is almost contained after scorching more than 67,000 acres throughout California's wine country, we've already started assessing the damage left behind. Use the interactive map below to see the wineries, hotels and other Napa Valley businesses that were either destroyed or damaged in the wildfire.

As of Tuesday, at least 642 homes in Napa and Sonoma counties were destroyed and another 150 were damaged.


  • Barlow Vineyards: The vineyard lost a lot of equipment, but their property is safe, they said on Facebook.
  • Barnett Vineyards: "The property was hit mainly in the vineyards, our storage shed and our deck. We fought off the fire from the winery and residence," the vineyard said on Instagram.
  • Behrens Family Winery: "Our sweet little winery building, guest apartment and beloved Westcraft Trailer were burned to the ground. Our new tasting room and crush pad/tank barn are still standing," the winery said on Facebook.
  • Black Rock Inn: The Silverado Trail establishment was confirmed destroyed.
  • Bremer Family Winery: Bay Area News Group saw a fully charred vineyard, but that the historic buildings had survived.
  • Burgess Cellars: This Deer Park winery also sustained heavy damage.
  • Cain Vineyard & Winery: The winery confirmed on Instagram that it sustained major damage, but took solace its wine survived because it was stored in a facility in south Napa.
  • Calistoga Ranch: State Senator Bill Dodd tweeted pictures of the destroyed luxury resort.
  • Castello di Amorosa:: While the iconic castle at this popular tourist attraction survived, the winery lost a critical storage building that housed thousands of bottles of wine. The owner also confirmed to ABC7 News that their lab and offices were also destroyed.
  • Chateau Boswell Winery in St. Helena: The winery was destroyed on the first night of the Glass Fire.
  • Dutch Henry Winery: This winery on the Silverado Trail burned, winemaker Scott Chafen confirmed to the San Francisco Chronicle.
  • Eeden Vineyards: Bay Area News Group photojournalist Jane Tyska reports the winery has been destroyed.
  • Fairwinds Estate Winery: ABC7 News visited the remains of this winery, which suffered major damage
  • Fantesca Estate & Winery: Fantesca reported on Facebook that a deck was destroyed by the fire, but the vineyards and the main winery buildings are intact.
  • The Glass Mountain Inn in St. Helena: The bed and breakfast was destroyed.
  • Kelly Fleming Wines: The estate suffered some damage, the winery said on Facebook, but the stone winery, vines and 2020 vintage (which was already in barrel) were all spared.
  • Hourglass Winery: The winery confirmed on Instagram that most of its Blueline Estate was destroyed in the fire. "Our Blueline Estate was unfortunately in nature's furious path. The loss will take some time to settle in."
  • Hunnicutt Wine Company: The winery confirmed on its website that the property sustained some damage: "While the Glass Fire did reach our property and caused significant structural damage, we are grateful for the amazing fire crews who protected the main building and kept our cave as secure as ever."
  • Meadowood Napa Valley and its Michelin-starred Restaurant at Meadowood: Firefighters were initially able to stop the fire from destroying the restaurant, but the blaze damaged the water tanks that firefighters were using to fight the fire and then they ran out of water.
  • Merus Wines: "Despite suffering some damage throughout the estate, our main building, the heart and soul of our operations, is still standing," the winery said on Facebook.
  • Newton Vineyard: On Instagram, the vineyard confirmed its property was "significantly impacted."
  • Phifer Pavitt Wine: The winery is still standing, but the vineyard and home on property were badly damaged.
  • Seven Stones: The GM told Wine Spectator they lost the guest tower, but no other structures were affected.
  • School House Vineyard: One house on this Spring Mountain property was destroyed, manager Tim Mosher told the San Francisco Chronicle.
  • Spring Mountain Vineyard: The vineyard confirmed on its website that the fire "swept through the entire property, essentially vaporized most of our historic buildings that date back over a century." However, they were able to save the main winery, wine caves, and the Miravalle Mansion.
  • Sterling Vineyards: ABC7 News visited the vineyard and while the majority of the property survived, some tanks and exterior structures sustained damage.
  • Tofanelli Vineyards: The vineyard in Calistoga was damaged.
  • Westwood Estate Wines/Annadel Gap Vineyard: Estate director Andrew Tomassini told Sonoma Magazine the vineyard suffered a near total loss of vines.

"The footprint of this fire has occurred in between the 2017 Tubbs, Nuns and Adobe fires," said CAL FIRE incident commander Billy See in a press conference Tuesday. "This land has no fire history that's recorded. This burned in all the acreage that was saved in 2017."

The interactive map below shows the size and scope of the Glass Fire's burn scar so far.

Having trouble viewing the map? Click here to open it in a new window.

Note: The boundaries are provided by CAL FIRE, and may not be precise. The acres burned and containment are also updated as CAL FIRE releases new information.
More than 26,000 structures are still threatened by the fire, according to CAL FIRE.


Glass Fire map shows wineries, landmarks destroyed in wine country

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The Glass Fire erupted early Sunday morning on Sept. 27 and merged with two smaller fires that left a trail of damage in its wake through Napa and Sonoma counties.

While the fire is almost contained after scorching more than 67,000 acres throughout California's wine country, we've already started assessing the damage left behind. Use the interactive map below to see the wineries, hotels and other Napa Valley businesses that were either destroyed or damaged in the wildfire.

As of Tuesday, at least 642 homes in Napa and Sonoma counties were destroyed and another 150 were damaged.


  • Barlow Vineyards: The vineyard lost a lot of equipment, but their property is safe, they said on Facebook.
  • Barnett Vineyards: "The property was hit mainly in the vineyards, our storage shed and our deck. We fought off the fire from the winery and residence," the vineyard said on Instagram.
  • Behrens Family Winery: "Our sweet little winery building, guest apartment and beloved Westcraft Trailer were burned to the ground. Our new tasting room and crush pad/tank barn are still standing," the winery said on Facebook.
  • Black Rock Inn: The Silverado Trail establishment was confirmed destroyed.
  • Bremer Family Winery: Bay Area News Group saw a fully charred vineyard, but that the historic buildings had survived.
  • Burgess Cellars: This Deer Park winery also sustained heavy damage.
  • Cain Vineyard & Winery: The winery confirmed on Instagram that it sustained major damage, but took solace its wine survived because it was stored in a facility in south Napa.
  • Calistoga Ranch: State Senator Bill Dodd tweeted pictures of the destroyed luxury resort.
  • Castello di Amorosa:: While the iconic castle at this popular tourist attraction survived, the winery lost a critical storage building that housed thousands of bottles of wine. The owner also confirmed to ABC7 News that their lab and offices were also destroyed.
  • Chateau Boswell Winery in St. Helena: The winery was destroyed on the first night of the Glass Fire.
  • Dutch Henry Winery: This winery on the Silverado Trail burned, winemaker Scott Chafen confirmed to the San Francisco Chronicle.
  • Eeden Vineyards: Bay Area News Group photojournalist Jane Tyska reports the winery has been destroyed.
  • Fairwinds Estate Winery: ABC7 News visited the remains of this winery, which suffered major damage
  • Fantesca Estate & Winery: Fantesca reported on Facebook that a deck was destroyed by the fire, but the vineyards and the main winery buildings are intact.
  • The Glass Mountain Inn in St. Helena: The bed and breakfast was destroyed.
  • Kelly Fleming Wines: The estate suffered some damage, the winery said on Facebook, but the stone winery, vines and 2020 vintage (which was already in barrel) were all spared.
  • Hourglass Winery: The winery confirmed on Instagram that most of its Blueline Estate was destroyed in the fire. "Our Blueline Estate was unfortunately in nature's furious path. The loss will take some time to settle in."
  • Hunnicutt Wine Company: The winery confirmed on its website that the property sustained some damage: "While the Glass Fire did reach our property and caused significant structural damage, we are grateful for the amazing fire crews who protected the main building and kept our cave as secure as ever."
  • Meadowood Napa Valley and its Michelin-starred Restaurant at Meadowood: Firefighters were initially able to stop the fire from destroying the restaurant, but the blaze damaged the water tanks that firefighters were using to fight the fire and then they ran out of water.
  • Merus Wines: "Despite suffering some damage throughout the estate, our main building, the heart and soul of our operations, is still standing," the winery said on Facebook.
  • Newton Vineyard: On Instagram, the vineyard confirmed its property was "significantly impacted."
  • Phifer Pavitt Wine: The winery is still standing, but the vineyard and home on property were badly damaged.
  • Seven Stones: The GM told Wine Spectator they lost the guest tower, but no other structures were affected.
  • School House Vineyard: One house on this Spring Mountain property was destroyed, manager Tim Mosher told the San Francisco Chronicle.
  • Spring Mountain Vineyard: The vineyard confirmed on its website that the fire "swept through the entire property, essentially vaporized most of our historic buildings that date back over a century." However, they were able to save the main winery, wine caves, and the Miravalle Mansion.
  • Sterling Vineyards: ABC7 News visited the vineyard and while the majority of the property survived, some tanks and exterior structures sustained damage.
  • Tofanelli Vineyards: The vineyard in Calistoga was damaged.
  • Westwood Estate Wines/Annadel Gap Vineyard: Estate director Andrew Tomassini told Sonoma Magazine the vineyard suffered a near total loss of vines.

"The footprint of this fire has occurred in between the 2017 Tubbs, Nuns and Adobe fires," said CAL FIRE incident commander Billy See in a press conference Tuesday. "This land has no fire history that's recorded. This burned in all the acreage that was saved in 2017."

The interactive map below shows the size and scope of the Glass Fire's burn scar so far.

Having trouble viewing the map? Click here to open it in a new window.

Note: The boundaries are provided by CAL FIRE, and may not be precise. The acres burned and containment are also updated as CAL FIRE releases new information.
More than 26,000 structures are still threatened by the fire, according to CAL FIRE.


Glass Fire map shows wineries, landmarks destroyed in wine country

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The Glass Fire erupted early Sunday morning on Sept. 27 and merged with two smaller fires that left a trail of damage in its wake through Napa and Sonoma counties.

While the fire is almost contained after scorching more than 67,000 acres throughout California's wine country, we've already started assessing the damage left behind. Use the interactive map below to see the wineries, hotels and other Napa Valley businesses that were either destroyed or damaged in the wildfire.

As of Tuesday, at least 642 homes in Napa and Sonoma counties were destroyed and another 150 were damaged.


  • Barlow Vineyards: The vineyard lost a lot of equipment, but their property is safe, they said on Facebook.
  • Barnett Vineyards: "The property was hit mainly in the vineyards, our storage shed and our deck. We fought off the fire from the winery and residence," the vineyard said on Instagram.
  • Behrens Family Winery: "Our sweet little winery building, guest apartment and beloved Westcraft Trailer were burned to the ground. Our new tasting room and crush pad/tank barn are still standing," the winery said on Facebook.
  • Black Rock Inn: The Silverado Trail establishment was confirmed destroyed.
  • Bremer Family Winery: Bay Area News Group saw a fully charred vineyard, but that the historic buildings had survived.
  • Burgess Cellars: This Deer Park winery also sustained heavy damage.
  • Cain Vineyard & Winery: The winery confirmed on Instagram that it sustained major damage, but took solace its wine survived because it was stored in a facility in south Napa.
  • Calistoga Ranch: State Senator Bill Dodd tweeted pictures of the destroyed luxury resort.
  • Castello di Amorosa:: While the iconic castle at this popular tourist attraction survived, the winery lost a critical storage building that housed thousands of bottles of wine. The owner also confirmed to ABC7 News that their lab and offices were also destroyed.
  • Chateau Boswell Winery in St. Helena: The winery was destroyed on the first night of the Glass Fire.
  • Dutch Henry Winery: This winery on the Silverado Trail burned, winemaker Scott Chafen confirmed to the San Francisco Chronicle.
  • Eeden Vineyards: Bay Area News Group photojournalist Jane Tyska reports the winery has been destroyed.
  • Fairwinds Estate Winery: ABC7 News visited the remains of this winery, which suffered major damage
  • Fantesca Estate & Winery: Fantesca reported on Facebook that a deck was destroyed by the fire, but the vineyards and the main winery buildings are intact.
  • The Glass Mountain Inn in St. Helena: The bed and breakfast was destroyed.
  • Kelly Fleming Wines: The estate suffered some damage, the winery said on Facebook, but the stone winery, vines and 2020 vintage (which was already in barrel) were all spared.
  • Hourglass Winery: The winery confirmed on Instagram that most of its Blueline Estate was destroyed in the fire. "Our Blueline Estate was unfortunately in nature's furious path. The loss will take some time to settle in."
  • Hunnicutt Wine Company: The winery confirmed on its website that the property sustained some damage: "While the Glass Fire did reach our property and caused significant structural damage, we are grateful for the amazing fire crews who protected the main building and kept our cave as secure as ever."
  • Meadowood Napa Valley and its Michelin-starred Restaurant at Meadowood: Firefighters were initially able to stop the fire from destroying the restaurant, but the blaze damaged the water tanks that firefighters were using to fight the fire and then they ran out of water.
  • Merus Wines: "Despite suffering some damage throughout the estate, our main building, the heart and soul of our operations, is still standing," the winery said on Facebook.
  • Newton Vineyard: On Instagram, the vineyard confirmed its property was "significantly impacted."
  • Phifer Pavitt Wine: The winery is still standing, but the vineyard and home on property were badly damaged.
  • Seven Stones: The GM told Wine Spectator they lost the guest tower, but no other structures were affected.
  • School House Vineyard: One house on this Spring Mountain property was destroyed, manager Tim Mosher told the San Francisco Chronicle.
  • Spring Mountain Vineyard: The vineyard confirmed on its website that the fire "swept through the entire property, essentially vaporized most of our historic buildings that date back over a century." However, they were able to save the main winery, wine caves, and the Miravalle Mansion.
  • Sterling Vineyards: ABC7 News visited the vineyard and while the majority of the property survived, some tanks and exterior structures sustained damage.
  • Tofanelli Vineyards: The vineyard in Calistoga was damaged.
  • Westwood Estate Wines/Annadel Gap Vineyard: Estate director Andrew Tomassini told Sonoma Magazine the vineyard suffered a near total loss of vines.

"The footprint of this fire has occurred in between the 2017 Tubbs, Nuns and Adobe fires," said CAL FIRE incident commander Billy See in a press conference Tuesday. "This land has no fire history that's recorded. This burned in all the acreage that was saved in 2017."

The interactive map below shows the size and scope of the Glass Fire's burn scar so far.

Having trouble viewing the map? Click here to open it in a new window.

Note: The boundaries are provided by CAL FIRE, and may not be precise. The acres burned and containment are also updated as CAL FIRE releases new information.
More than 26,000 structures are still threatened by the fire, according to CAL FIRE.


Glass Fire map shows wineries, landmarks destroyed in wine country

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The Glass Fire erupted early Sunday morning on Sept. 27 and merged with two smaller fires that left a trail of damage in its wake through Napa and Sonoma counties.

While the fire is almost contained after scorching more than 67,000 acres throughout California's wine country, we've already started assessing the damage left behind. Use the interactive map below to see the wineries, hotels and other Napa Valley businesses that were either destroyed or damaged in the wildfire.

As of Tuesday, at least 642 homes in Napa and Sonoma counties were destroyed and another 150 were damaged.


  • Barlow Vineyards: The vineyard lost a lot of equipment, but their property is safe, they said on Facebook.
  • Barnett Vineyards: "The property was hit mainly in the vineyards, our storage shed and our deck. We fought off the fire from the winery and residence," the vineyard said on Instagram.
  • Behrens Family Winery: "Our sweet little winery building, guest apartment and beloved Westcraft Trailer were burned to the ground. Our new tasting room and crush pad/tank barn are still standing," the winery said on Facebook.
  • Black Rock Inn: The Silverado Trail establishment was confirmed destroyed.
  • Bremer Family Winery: Bay Area News Group saw a fully charred vineyard, but that the historic buildings had survived.
  • Burgess Cellars: This Deer Park winery also sustained heavy damage.
  • Cain Vineyard & Winery: The winery confirmed on Instagram that it sustained major damage, but took solace its wine survived because it was stored in a facility in south Napa.
  • Calistoga Ranch: State Senator Bill Dodd tweeted pictures of the destroyed luxury resort.
  • Castello di Amorosa:: While the iconic castle at this popular tourist attraction survived, the winery lost a critical storage building that housed thousands of bottles of wine. The owner also confirmed to ABC7 News that their lab and offices were also destroyed.
  • Chateau Boswell Winery in St. Helena: The winery was destroyed on the first night of the Glass Fire.
  • Dutch Henry Winery: This winery on the Silverado Trail burned, winemaker Scott Chafen confirmed to the San Francisco Chronicle.
  • Eeden Vineyards: Bay Area News Group photojournalist Jane Tyska reports the winery has been destroyed.
  • Fairwinds Estate Winery: ABC7 News visited the remains of this winery, which suffered major damage
  • Fantesca Estate & Winery: Fantesca reported on Facebook that a deck was destroyed by the fire, but the vineyards and the main winery buildings are intact.
  • The Glass Mountain Inn in St. Helena: The bed and breakfast was destroyed.
  • Kelly Fleming Wines: The estate suffered some damage, the winery said on Facebook, but the stone winery, vines and 2020 vintage (which was already in barrel) were all spared.
  • Hourglass Winery: The winery confirmed on Instagram that most of its Blueline Estate was destroyed in the fire. "Our Blueline Estate was unfortunately in nature's furious path. The loss will take some time to settle in."
  • Hunnicutt Wine Company: The winery confirmed on its website that the property sustained some damage: "While the Glass Fire did reach our property and caused significant structural damage, we are grateful for the amazing fire crews who protected the main building and kept our cave as secure as ever."
  • Meadowood Napa Valley and its Michelin-starred Restaurant at Meadowood: Firefighters were initially able to stop the fire from destroying the restaurant, but the blaze damaged the water tanks that firefighters were using to fight the fire and then they ran out of water.
  • Merus Wines: "Despite suffering some damage throughout the estate, our main building, the heart and soul of our operations, is still standing," the winery said on Facebook.
  • Newton Vineyard: On Instagram, the vineyard confirmed its property was "significantly impacted."
  • Phifer Pavitt Wine: The winery is still standing, but the vineyard and home on property were badly damaged.
  • Seven Stones: The GM told Wine Spectator they lost the guest tower, but no other structures were affected.
  • School House Vineyard: One house on this Spring Mountain property was destroyed, manager Tim Mosher told the San Francisco Chronicle.
  • Spring Mountain Vineyard: The vineyard confirmed on its website that the fire "swept through the entire property, essentially vaporized most of our historic buildings that date back over a century." However, they were able to save the main winery, wine caves, and the Miravalle Mansion.
  • Sterling Vineyards: ABC7 News visited the vineyard and while the majority of the property survived, some tanks and exterior structures sustained damage.
  • Tofanelli Vineyards: The vineyard in Calistoga was damaged.
  • Westwood Estate Wines/Annadel Gap Vineyard: Estate director Andrew Tomassini told Sonoma Magazine the vineyard suffered a near total loss of vines.

"The footprint of this fire has occurred in between the 2017 Tubbs, Nuns and Adobe fires," said CAL FIRE incident commander Billy See in a press conference Tuesday. "This land has no fire history that's recorded. This burned in all the acreage that was saved in 2017."

The interactive map below shows the size and scope of the Glass Fire's burn scar so far.

Having trouble viewing the map? Click here to open it in a new window.

Note: The boundaries are provided by CAL FIRE, and may not be precise. The acres burned and containment are also updated as CAL FIRE releases new information.
More than 26,000 structures are still threatened by the fire, according to CAL FIRE.


Glass Fire map shows wineries, landmarks destroyed in wine country

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The Glass Fire erupted early Sunday morning on Sept. 27 and merged with two smaller fires that left a trail of damage in its wake through Napa and Sonoma counties.

While the fire is almost contained after scorching more than 67,000 acres throughout California's wine country, we've already started assessing the damage left behind. Use the interactive map below to see the wineries, hotels and other Napa Valley businesses that were either destroyed or damaged in the wildfire.

As of Tuesday, at least 642 homes in Napa and Sonoma counties were destroyed and another 150 were damaged.


  • Barlow Vineyards: The vineyard lost a lot of equipment, but their property is safe, they said on Facebook.
  • Barnett Vineyards: "The property was hit mainly in the vineyards, our storage shed and our deck. We fought off the fire from the winery and residence," the vineyard said on Instagram.
  • Behrens Family Winery: "Our sweet little winery building, guest apartment and beloved Westcraft Trailer were burned to the ground. Our new tasting room and crush pad/tank barn are still standing," the winery said on Facebook.
  • Black Rock Inn: The Silverado Trail establishment was confirmed destroyed.
  • Bremer Family Winery: Bay Area News Group saw a fully charred vineyard, but that the historic buildings had survived.
  • Burgess Cellars: This Deer Park winery also sustained heavy damage.
  • Cain Vineyard & Winery: The winery confirmed on Instagram that it sustained major damage, but took solace its wine survived because it was stored in a facility in south Napa.
  • Calistoga Ranch: State Senator Bill Dodd tweeted pictures of the destroyed luxury resort.
  • Castello di Amorosa:: While the iconic castle at this popular tourist attraction survived, the winery lost a critical storage building that housed thousands of bottles of wine. The owner also confirmed to ABC7 News that their lab and offices were also destroyed.
  • Chateau Boswell Winery in St. Helena: The winery was destroyed on the first night of the Glass Fire.
  • Dutch Henry Winery: This winery on the Silverado Trail burned, winemaker Scott Chafen confirmed to the San Francisco Chronicle.
  • Eeden Vineyards: Bay Area News Group photojournalist Jane Tyska reports the winery has been destroyed.
  • Fairwinds Estate Winery: ABC7 News visited the remains of this winery, which suffered major damage
  • Fantesca Estate & Winery: Fantesca reported on Facebook that a deck was destroyed by the fire, but the vineyards and the main winery buildings are intact.
  • The Glass Mountain Inn in St. Helena: The bed and breakfast was destroyed.
  • Kelly Fleming Wines: The estate suffered some damage, the winery said on Facebook, but the stone winery, vines and 2020 vintage (which was already in barrel) were all spared.
  • Hourglass Winery: The winery confirmed on Instagram that most of its Blueline Estate was destroyed in the fire. "Our Blueline Estate was unfortunately in nature's furious path. The loss will take some time to settle in."
  • Hunnicutt Wine Company: The winery confirmed on its website that the property sustained some damage: "While the Glass Fire did reach our property and caused significant structural damage, we are grateful for the amazing fire crews who protected the main building and kept our cave as secure as ever."
  • Meadowood Napa Valley and its Michelin-starred Restaurant at Meadowood: Firefighters were initially able to stop the fire from destroying the restaurant, but the blaze damaged the water tanks that firefighters were using to fight the fire and then they ran out of water.
  • Merus Wines: "Despite suffering some damage throughout the estate, our main building, the heart and soul of our operations, is still standing," the winery said on Facebook.
  • Newton Vineyard: On Instagram, the vineyard confirmed its property was "significantly impacted."
  • Phifer Pavitt Wine: The winery is still standing, but the vineyard and home on property were badly damaged.
  • Seven Stones: The GM told Wine Spectator they lost the guest tower, but no other structures were affected.
  • School House Vineyard: One house on this Spring Mountain property was destroyed, manager Tim Mosher told the San Francisco Chronicle.
  • Spring Mountain Vineyard: The vineyard confirmed on its website that the fire "swept through the entire property, essentially vaporized most of our historic buildings that date back over a century." However, they were able to save the main winery, wine caves, and the Miravalle Mansion.
  • Sterling Vineyards: ABC7 News visited the vineyard and while the majority of the property survived, some tanks and exterior structures sustained damage.
  • Tofanelli Vineyards: The vineyard in Calistoga was damaged.
  • Westwood Estate Wines/Annadel Gap Vineyard: Estate director Andrew Tomassini told Sonoma Magazine the vineyard suffered a near total loss of vines.

"The footprint of this fire has occurred in between the 2017 Tubbs, Nuns and Adobe fires," said CAL FIRE incident commander Billy See in a press conference Tuesday. "This land has no fire history that's recorded. This burned in all the acreage that was saved in 2017."

The interactive map below shows the size and scope of the Glass Fire's burn scar so far.

Having trouble viewing the map? Click here to open it in a new window.

Note: The boundaries are provided by CAL FIRE, and may not be precise. The acres burned and containment are also updated as CAL FIRE releases new information.
More than 26,000 structures are still threatened by the fire, according to CAL FIRE.


Glass Fire map shows wineries, landmarks destroyed in wine country

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The Glass Fire erupted early Sunday morning on Sept. 27 and merged with two smaller fires that left a trail of damage in its wake through Napa and Sonoma counties.

While the fire is almost contained after scorching more than 67,000 acres throughout California's wine country, we've already started assessing the damage left behind. Use the interactive map below to see the wineries, hotels and other Napa Valley businesses that were either destroyed or damaged in the wildfire.

As of Tuesday, at least 642 homes in Napa and Sonoma counties were destroyed and another 150 were damaged.


  • Barlow Vineyards: The vineyard lost a lot of equipment, but their property is safe, they said on Facebook.
  • Barnett Vineyards: "The property was hit mainly in the vineyards, our storage shed and our deck. We fought off the fire from the winery and residence," the vineyard said on Instagram.
  • Behrens Family Winery: "Our sweet little winery building, guest apartment and beloved Westcraft Trailer were burned to the ground. Our new tasting room and crush pad/tank barn are still standing," the winery said on Facebook.
  • Black Rock Inn: The Silverado Trail establishment was confirmed destroyed.
  • Bremer Family Winery: Bay Area News Group saw a fully charred vineyard, but that the historic buildings had survived.
  • Burgess Cellars: This Deer Park winery also sustained heavy damage.
  • Cain Vineyard & Winery: The winery confirmed on Instagram that it sustained major damage, but took solace its wine survived because it was stored in a facility in south Napa.
  • Calistoga Ranch: State Senator Bill Dodd tweeted pictures of the destroyed luxury resort.
  • Castello di Amorosa:: While the iconic castle at this popular tourist attraction survived, the winery lost a critical storage building that housed thousands of bottles of wine. The owner also confirmed to ABC7 News that their lab and offices were also destroyed.
  • Chateau Boswell Winery in St. Helena: The winery was destroyed on the first night of the Glass Fire.
  • Dutch Henry Winery: This winery on the Silverado Trail burned, winemaker Scott Chafen confirmed to the San Francisco Chronicle.
  • Eeden Vineyards: Bay Area News Group photojournalist Jane Tyska reports the winery has been destroyed.
  • Fairwinds Estate Winery: ABC7 News visited the remains of this winery, which suffered major damage
  • Fantesca Estate & Winery: Fantesca reported on Facebook that a deck was destroyed by the fire, but the vineyards and the main winery buildings are intact.
  • The Glass Mountain Inn in St. Helena: The bed and breakfast was destroyed.
  • Kelly Fleming Wines: The estate suffered some damage, the winery said on Facebook, but the stone winery, vines and 2020 vintage (which was already in barrel) were all spared.
  • Hourglass Winery: The winery confirmed on Instagram that most of its Blueline Estate was destroyed in the fire. "Our Blueline Estate was unfortunately in nature's furious path. The loss will take some time to settle in."
  • Hunnicutt Wine Company: The winery confirmed on its website that the property sustained some damage: "While the Glass Fire did reach our property and caused significant structural damage, we are grateful for the amazing fire crews who protected the main building and kept our cave as secure as ever."
  • Meadowood Napa Valley and its Michelin-starred Restaurant at Meadowood: Firefighters were initially able to stop the fire from destroying the restaurant, but the blaze damaged the water tanks that firefighters were using to fight the fire and then they ran out of water.
  • Merus Wines: "Despite suffering some damage throughout the estate, our main building, the heart and soul of our operations, is still standing," the winery said on Facebook.
  • Newton Vineyard: On Instagram, the vineyard confirmed its property was "significantly impacted."
  • Phifer Pavitt Wine: The winery is still standing, but the vineyard and home on property were badly damaged.
  • Seven Stones: The GM told Wine Spectator they lost the guest tower, but no other structures were affected.
  • School House Vineyard: One house on this Spring Mountain property was destroyed, manager Tim Mosher told the San Francisco Chronicle.
  • Spring Mountain Vineyard: The vineyard confirmed on its website that the fire "swept through the entire property, essentially vaporized most of our historic buildings that date back over a century." However, they were able to save the main winery, wine caves, and the Miravalle Mansion.
  • Sterling Vineyards: ABC7 News visited the vineyard and while the majority of the property survived, some tanks and exterior structures sustained damage.
  • Tofanelli Vineyards: The vineyard in Calistoga was damaged.
  • Westwood Estate Wines/Annadel Gap Vineyard: Estate director Andrew Tomassini told Sonoma Magazine the vineyard suffered a near total loss of vines.

"The footprint of this fire has occurred in between the 2017 Tubbs, Nuns and Adobe fires," said CAL FIRE incident commander Billy See in a press conference Tuesday. "This land has no fire history that's recorded. This burned in all the acreage that was saved in 2017."

The interactive map below shows the size and scope of the Glass Fire's burn scar so far.

Having trouble viewing the map? Click here to open it in a new window.

Note: The boundaries are provided by CAL FIRE, and may not be precise. The acres burned and containment are also updated as CAL FIRE releases new information.
More than 26,000 structures are still threatened by the fire, according to CAL FIRE.


Glass Fire map shows wineries, landmarks destroyed in wine country

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The Glass Fire erupted early Sunday morning on Sept. 27 and merged with two smaller fires that left a trail of damage in its wake through Napa and Sonoma counties.

While the fire is almost contained after scorching more than 67,000 acres throughout California's wine country, we've already started assessing the damage left behind. Use the interactive map below to see the wineries, hotels and other Napa Valley businesses that were either destroyed or damaged in the wildfire.

As of Tuesday, at least 642 homes in Napa and Sonoma counties were destroyed and another 150 were damaged.


  • Barlow Vineyards: The vineyard lost a lot of equipment, but their property is safe, they said on Facebook.
  • Barnett Vineyards: "The property was hit mainly in the vineyards, our storage shed and our deck. We fought off the fire from the winery and residence," the vineyard said on Instagram.
  • Behrens Family Winery: "Our sweet little winery building, guest apartment and beloved Westcraft Trailer were burned to the ground. Our new tasting room and crush pad/tank barn are still standing," the winery said on Facebook.
  • Black Rock Inn: The Silverado Trail establishment was confirmed destroyed.
  • Bremer Family Winery: Bay Area News Group saw a fully charred vineyard, but that the historic buildings had survived.
  • Burgess Cellars: This Deer Park winery also sustained heavy damage.
  • Cain Vineyard & Winery: The winery confirmed on Instagram that it sustained major damage, but took solace its wine survived because it was stored in a facility in south Napa.
  • Calistoga Ranch: State Senator Bill Dodd tweeted pictures of the destroyed luxury resort.
  • Castello di Amorosa:: While the iconic castle at this popular tourist attraction survived, the winery lost a critical storage building that housed thousands of bottles of wine. The owner also confirmed to ABC7 News that their lab and offices were also destroyed.
  • Chateau Boswell Winery in St. Helena: The winery was destroyed on the first night of the Glass Fire.
  • Dutch Henry Winery: This winery on the Silverado Trail burned, winemaker Scott Chafen confirmed to the San Francisco Chronicle.
  • Eeden Vineyards: Bay Area News Group photojournalist Jane Tyska reports the winery has been destroyed.
  • Fairwinds Estate Winery: ABC7 News visited the remains of this winery, which suffered major damage
  • Fantesca Estate & Winery: Fantesca reported on Facebook that a deck was destroyed by the fire, but the vineyards and the main winery buildings are intact.
  • The Glass Mountain Inn in St. Helena: The bed and breakfast was destroyed.
  • Kelly Fleming Wines: The estate suffered some damage, the winery said on Facebook, but the stone winery, vines and 2020 vintage (which was already in barrel) were all spared.
  • Hourglass Winery: The winery confirmed on Instagram that most of its Blueline Estate was destroyed in the fire. "Our Blueline Estate was unfortunately in nature's furious path. The loss will take some time to settle in."
  • Hunnicutt Wine Company: The winery confirmed on its website that the property sustained some damage: "While the Glass Fire did reach our property and caused significant structural damage, we are grateful for the amazing fire crews who protected the main building and kept our cave as secure as ever."
  • Meadowood Napa Valley and its Michelin-starred Restaurant at Meadowood: Firefighters were initially able to stop the fire from destroying the restaurant, but the blaze damaged the water tanks that firefighters were using to fight the fire and then they ran out of water.
  • Merus Wines: "Despite suffering some damage throughout the estate, our main building, the heart and soul of our operations, is still standing," the winery said on Facebook.
  • Newton Vineyard: On Instagram, the vineyard confirmed its property was "significantly impacted."
  • Phifer Pavitt Wine: The winery is still standing, but the vineyard and home on property were badly damaged.
  • Seven Stones: The GM told Wine Spectator they lost the guest tower, but no other structures were affected.
  • School House Vineyard: One house on this Spring Mountain property was destroyed, manager Tim Mosher told the San Francisco Chronicle.
  • Spring Mountain Vineyard: The vineyard confirmed on its website that the fire "swept through the entire property, essentially vaporized most of our historic buildings that date back over a century." However, they were able to save the main winery, wine caves, and the Miravalle Mansion.
  • Sterling Vineyards: ABC7 News visited the vineyard and while the majority of the property survived, some tanks and exterior structures sustained damage.
  • Tofanelli Vineyards: The vineyard in Calistoga was damaged.
  • Westwood Estate Wines/Annadel Gap Vineyard: Estate director Andrew Tomassini told Sonoma Magazine the vineyard suffered a near total loss of vines.

"The footprint of this fire has occurred in between the 2017 Tubbs, Nuns and Adobe fires," said CAL FIRE incident commander Billy See in a press conference Tuesday. "This land has no fire history that's recorded. This burned in all the acreage that was saved in 2017."

The interactive map below shows the size and scope of the Glass Fire's burn scar so far.

Having trouble viewing the map? Click here to open it in a new window.

Note: The boundaries are provided by CAL FIRE, and may not be precise. The acres burned and containment are also updated as CAL FIRE releases new information.
More than 26,000 structures are still threatened by the fire, according to CAL FIRE.


Glass Fire map shows wineries, landmarks destroyed in wine country

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The Glass Fire erupted early Sunday morning on Sept. 27 and merged with two smaller fires that left a trail of damage in its wake through Napa and Sonoma counties.

While the fire is almost contained after scorching more than 67,000 acres throughout California's wine country, we've already started assessing the damage left behind. Use the interactive map below to see the wineries, hotels and other Napa Valley businesses that were either destroyed or damaged in the wildfire.

As of Tuesday, at least 642 homes in Napa and Sonoma counties were destroyed and another 150 were damaged.


  • Barlow Vineyards: The vineyard lost a lot of equipment, but their property is safe, they said on Facebook.
  • Barnett Vineyards: "The property was hit mainly in the vineyards, our storage shed and our deck. We fought off the fire from the winery and residence," the vineyard said on Instagram.
  • Behrens Family Winery: "Our sweet little winery building, guest apartment and beloved Westcraft Trailer were burned to the ground. Our new tasting room and crush pad/tank barn are still standing," the winery said on Facebook.
  • Black Rock Inn: The Silverado Trail establishment was confirmed destroyed.
  • Bremer Family Winery: Bay Area News Group saw a fully charred vineyard, but that the historic buildings had survived.
  • Burgess Cellars: This Deer Park winery also sustained heavy damage.
  • Cain Vineyard & Winery: The winery confirmed on Instagram that it sustained major damage, but took solace its wine survived because it was stored in a facility in south Napa.
  • Calistoga Ranch: State Senator Bill Dodd tweeted pictures of the destroyed luxury resort.
  • Castello di Amorosa:: While the iconic castle at this popular tourist attraction survived, the winery lost a critical storage building that housed thousands of bottles of wine. The owner also confirmed to ABC7 News that their lab and offices were also destroyed.
  • Chateau Boswell Winery in St. Helena: The winery was destroyed on the first night of the Glass Fire.
  • Dutch Henry Winery: This winery on the Silverado Trail burned, winemaker Scott Chafen confirmed to the San Francisco Chronicle.
  • Eeden Vineyards: Bay Area News Group photojournalist Jane Tyska reports the winery has been destroyed.
  • Fairwinds Estate Winery: ABC7 News visited the remains of this winery, which suffered major damage
  • Fantesca Estate & Winery: Fantesca reported on Facebook that a deck was destroyed by the fire, but the vineyards and the main winery buildings are intact.
  • The Glass Mountain Inn in St. Helena: The bed and breakfast was destroyed.
  • Kelly Fleming Wines: The estate suffered some damage, the winery said on Facebook, but the stone winery, vines and 2020 vintage (which was already in barrel) were all spared.
  • Hourglass Winery: The winery confirmed on Instagram that most of its Blueline Estate was destroyed in the fire. "Our Blueline Estate was unfortunately in nature's furious path. The loss will take some time to settle in."
  • Hunnicutt Wine Company: The winery confirmed on its website that the property sustained some damage: "While the Glass Fire did reach our property and caused significant structural damage, we are grateful for the amazing fire crews who protected the main building and kept our cave as secure as ever."
  • Meadowood Napa Valley and its Michelin-starred Restaurant at Meadowood: Firefighters were initially able to stop the fire from destroying the restaurant, but the blaze damaged the water tanks that firefighters were using to fight the fire and then they ran out of water.
  • Merus Wines: "Despite suffering some damage throughout the estate, our main building, the heart and soul of our operations, is still standing," the winery said on Facebook.
  • Newton Vineyard: On Instagram, the vineyard confirmed its property was "significantly impacted."
  • Phifer Pavitt Wine: The winery is still standing, but the vineyard and home on property were badly damaged.
  • Seven Stones: The GM told Wine Spectator they lost the guest tower, but no other structures were affected.
  • School House Vineyard: One house on this Spring Mountain property was destroyed, manager Tim Mosher told the San Francisco Chronicle.
  • Spring Mountain Vineyard: The vineyard confirmed on its website that the fire "swept through the entire property, essentially vaporized most of our historic buildings that date back over a century." However, they were able to save the main winery, wine caves, and the Miravalle Mansion.
  • Sterling Vineyards: ABC7 News visited the vineyard and while the majority of the property survived, some tanks and exterior structures sustained damage.
  • Tofanelli Vineyards: The vineyard in Calistoga was damaged.
  • Westwood Estate Wines/Annadel Gap Vineyard: Estate director Andrew Tomassini told Sonoma Magazine the vineyard suffered a near total loss of vines.

"The footprint of this fire has occurred in between the 2017 Tubbs, Nuns and Adobe fires," said CAL FIRE incident commander Billy See in a press conference Tuesday. "This land has no fire history that's recorded. This burned in all the acreage that was saved in 2017."

The interactive map below shows the size and scope of the Glass Fire's burn scar so far.

Having trouble viewing the map? Click here to open it in a new window.

Note: The boundaries are provided by CAL FIRE, and may not be precise. The acres burned and containment are also updated as CAL FIRE releases new information.
More than 26,000 structures are still threatened by the fire, according to CAL FIRE.



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