From the Chron this morning. This is the list so far. Sadly, with the winds picking back up many more people and structures are threatened. As of noon today (Wed) mandatory evacuations were ordered for Fairfield (east of Napa and SE of Vacaville), as well as the northern end of the town of Calistoga (north of St. Helena).
List of wineries damaged in the Wine Country fires
SF Chron, October 11, 2017 last update: 8:31 a.m.
While many winery owners have not yet discovered or determined the extent of the Wine Country fires in Napa and Sonoma counties, many are reporting damage, ranging from complete destruction to smaller impact. For more on the wine industry, see Esther Mobley’s story. This list will be updated as we continue to confirm damage throughout the region.
Signorello (4500 Silverado Trail, Napa): Significant damage, as the winery appears to be largely destroyed.
White Rock Vineyards (1115 Loma Vista Dr., Napa): One of Napa’s oldest wineries has suffered significant damage and is likely lost, according to staffers.
William Hill (1761 Atlas Peak Rd., Napa): According to a spokesperson at Gallo, which owns William Hill, the winery buildings are intact and sustained only minor cosmetic damages
Stags’ Leap Winery (6150 Silverado Trail, Napa): Photos showed fire damage, but the extent of damage is unknown.
Paradise Ridge (8860 Sonoma Hwy., Kenwood): The winery has burned down.
Nicholson Ranch (4200 Napa Rd., Sonoma): Despite early reports of big damage, the winery has made a statement via Facebook that despite some wreckage, it’s still intact: “The winery was in the path of the fire but escaped being engulfed by the flames. We have some damage to fix…”
Chateau St. Jean (8555 Sonoma Hwy., Kenwood): The winery’s statement: “At this stage, there is limited damage to our infrastructures and sites, however the fires are ongoing and we still have limited access to all of our different assets"
Mayo Family Wineries (13101 Arnold Dr., Glen Ellen): According to Jeff Mayo, a house on the property has burned, but as of Monday afternoon, the winery has been spared so far.
Gundlach Bundschu Winery (2000 Denmark St., Sonoma): According to Facebook message posted on Tuesday morning, the winery suffered some damage, but is still standing strong.”
Frey Vineyards Winery (14000 Tomki Rd., Redwood Valley): Reports have Frey largely destroyed.
Oster Wine Cellars (13501 Tomki Rd., Redwood Valley): Reports have Oster largely destroyed.