As I'm sure you have already seen, it's just horrific situation in Napa Valley with the huge Glass Fire. We feel terrible for the people and wineries affected by the devastation, and yet hope for a full and fast recovery.

So many places we've visited, and so many wines we've enjoyed. We're amazed - again - at the heroic efforts and resiliency of the men and women who make up the wine industry. 

Western Farm Press has a decent summary article Napa Valley Vintners Take Stock in Glass Fire’s Devastation from 15 October if you want to catch up.

 


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