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List of Wineries Affected by the North Bay Wildfires

Workers in Northern California's renowned wine country picked through charred debris and plotted what to do with pricey grapes after wildfires swept through lush vineyards, destroying at least four wineries and damaging many others. Here is a list of wineries damaged in the wine country fires: Wildfires Threaten Wine Industry in Napa, Sonoma Signorello Estate - Destroyed The Napa County winery has been burned down. White Rock Vineyard - Damaged One of the oldest wineries in Napa County is likely to have suffered significant damage. Paradise Ridge Winery - Destroyed The Sonoma County winery has been burned down. Frey Vineyards Winery - Destroyed The Mendocino County winery has been burned down. William Hill - Damaged The Napa County winery sustained minor cosmetic damage, but buildings are still intact, according to the SF Gate. Stags' Leap Winery - Damaged The Napa County winery showed fire damage in many photos, but it is still unknown how much, according to the SF Gate. Nicholson Ranch - Damaged The Sonoma County winery was in the path of fire but escaped from being engulfed by flames. The winery only suffered minor damage. Chateau St. Jean - Damaged The Sonoma County winery sustained limited damage to the infrastructures. Mayo Family Wineries - Damaged The Sonoma County winery sustained minor damage, but the winery has been spared so far, according to the SF Gate. Oster Wine Cellars - Destroyed The Mendocino County winery has been burned down, according to the Mercury News. Gundlach Bundschu Winery - Damaged The Sonoma County winery sustained some damage, but the extent is still unknown, according to the SF Gate. [[450323523, C]] Photo Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

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