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We have vineyards in 13 of the 16 Napa appellations, so this is complicated.In many cases, the roads are closed [and] we cannot access the vineyards.Our security cameras have just gone dark and we are hoping for the best." "We saw fires on Mt. Helena and the ridge line [Tuesday] night that appeared to be growing," she added."First responders were bombing with flame retardant and trying to cut a fire break." • Hall Wines has two wineries in Napa Valley, which both appear safe.

"Many of our employees have been evacuated and some have lost their homes and others are uncertain about the status of their homes. We have vineyards throughout the valley and we are doing our best to assess any damage on a vineyard-by-vineyard basis.

Thankfully, the majority of his wines are stored offsite. “The good news is that the cave was not damaged and the wine barrels inside the cave weren’t harmed," the family said in a statement. Most of our case goods are sitting in a warehouse far from the fire. 9, the fires claimed part of Pulido-Walker’s estate on the southern edge of the Mount Veeder appellation.

So while we had some loss, Vin Roc is alive and well.” UPDATED Oct. In a statement sent to , proprietors Donna Walker and Mark Pulido said their 15-acre vineyard appears to have only suffered partial damage, but the flames destroyed their home and gardens.

But I wouldn't want to lose the vineyard." • Mayacamas is also on Mt. Winemaker Andy Erickson and estate manager Jimmy Hayes stayed until Tuesday.

"Don't have any sense of how much damage, if there has been any," said Hayes. yesterday and haven't been able to go back in since. But our whole team is out and safe." • The Hess Collection is another Mt.

"Many of our employees have been evacuated and some have lost their homes and others are uncertain about the status of their homes. We have vineyards throughout the valley and we are doing our best to assess any damage on a vineyard-by-vineyard basis.Thankfully, the majority of his wines are stored offsite. “The good news is that the cave was not damaged and the wine barrels inside the cave weren’t harmed," the family said in a statement. Most of our case goods are sitting in a warehouse far from the fire. 9, the fires claimed part of Pulido-Walker’s estate on the southern edge of the Mount Veeder appellation.So while we had some loss, Vin Roc is alive and well.” UPDATED Oct. In a statement sent to , proprietors Donna Walker and Mark Pulido said their 15-acre vineyard appears to have only suffered partial damage, but the flames destroyed their home and gardens.But I wouldn't want to lose the vineyard." • Mayacamas is also on Mt. Winemaker Andy Erickson and estate manager Jimmy Hayes stayed until Tuesday."Don't have any sense of how much damage, if there has been any," said Hayes. yesterday and haven't been able to go back in since. But our whole team is out and safe." • The Hess Collection is another Mt.The warehouse where Pulido-Walker’s wines are stored is also safe.