Updated 10/7/2020: 

As of October 6th, 2020 it is reported that the Glass Fire is the most destructive fire to even hit the Napa Valley region.  It has damaged or even destroyed structures at 20 wineries in the valley.

Fires threaten the areas of Napa Valley, St. Helena, Calistoga and Sonoma County.

As of 7:00 a.m. on Monday, September 28, 2020 mandatory evacuations were issued for both sides of the Valley. 

Portions of Calistoga and St. Helena were also issued a mandatory evacuation order.

Pacific Gas & Electric reports that nearly 11,000 Napa County customers were without power as of 10:00 a.m. September 28, 2020 due to the fire.  Roughly 6,000 customers in St. Helena are without power, 1,600 in Angwin, 700 in Calistoga and 500 in Deer Park.

According to the Napa Valley Register: 

The Glass Fire broke out early Sunday near the community of Deer Park and quickly spread, despite a vigorous firefighting effort that include a number of air tankers and helicopters. By 11 p.m. it had spread to 2,500 acres.

The Glass Fire broke out early Sunday near the community of Deer Park and quickly spread, despite a vigorous firefighting effort that include a number of air tankers and helicopters. By 11 p.m. it had spread to 2,500 acres.

 

 

 

 

 

Wineries Confirmed Destroyed or Damaged: 

Barnett Vineyards

Behrens Family Winery

Bremer Family Winery

Burgess Cellars

Cain Vineyard & Winery

Castello di Amorosa

Chateau Boswell

Eeden Vineyards

Fairwinds Estate Winery

Fantesca Estates & Vineyards

Flying Lady Winery & Estate

Hourglass Winery

Hunnicutt Winery

Ritchie Creek Vineyard

Sherwin Family Vineyards

Spring Mountain Vineyards

Sterling Vineyards

Terra Valentine

Tofanelli Family Vineyards

 

Updated 10/7/2020

 

We will update the list as information is made available.  Any information can be emailed to Napa Valley Life:  cecile.adams@webmediagroup.com

Sources: CBS SF Bay Area, Napa Valley Register, The Mercury Register