LIST: Buildings damaged, destroyed by North Bay wildfires

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Thursday, October 26, 2017
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In Northern California wine country, officials say at least 1,500 homes and commercial buildings have been destroyed, and 20,000 people have been evacuated. Here's a look at the aftermath from this devastating fire.

SONOMA, Calif. (KGO) -- Many Bay Area residents are still only at the beginning of a long recovery after multiple fires in the North Bay killed more than 40 people and destroyed thousands of homes and businesses.

Here's a list of structures that have been damaged or destroyed by the raging wildfires.

Kenwood:

Napa:

  • Bubbling Well Pet Memorial Park
  • Alta Mesa & Stone Mountain Circle: Some homes burned
  • Canyon Drive: Some homes burned
  • Darioush Winery: Sustained minor damage
  • Hagafen Cellars - Crush pad partially burned, along with everything along back fence. Agricultural equipment destroyed, chicken house burned, guest house destroyed, trees burned, 1 acre of Cabernet Sauvignon vineyard burned. 2017 vintage impact to be determined.
  • Hudson Ranch Vineyards - Home was spared, but entire ranch around the house burned. Winery not damaged, but olive orchards burned.
  • Jarvis Estate - Fire scorched hill right up to door of winery. Barn was destroyed. Winery is built in a cave inside the hill, so it survived unscathed.
  • Page Wine Cellars - Vineyards badly burned, estimated lost 80 percent of Cabernet crop.
  • Palmaz Vineyards - Fire damaged borders of property. Guest house destroyed. Family house and winery okay. 85 percent of harvest already picked.
  • Regusci Ranch Winery - Damage to some property. Buildings and vineyards spared.
  • Robinson Family Vineyards - Property burned, but family home and winery okay.
  • Signorello Vineyards
  • Silverado Highlands in Silverado Country Club Neighborhood: Hillcrest Drive at Inverness burned
  • Stags Leap District is an American Viticultural Area located within the Napa Valley
  • Storybook Mountain Vineyards - Building that housed library wines is lost. Redwood grove burned quite a bit. Winery and two houses still stand.
  • Vin Roc Wine Caves - Total loss of outdoor buildings, but not wine caves.
  • White Rock Vineyards - Damaged, extent unknown.
  • William Hill Estate Winery: Minor damage to landscaping and signs but winery is fine.
  • Alta Mesa & Stone Mountain Circle: Some homes burned

Oakmont:

Redwood Valley:

  • Frey Vineyards Winery
  • Oster Wine Cellars

Santa Rosa:

Sonoma:

Click here for a list of North Bay wineries affected by the fires.

Click here for full coverage on the North Bay fires.

PHOTOS: Fires rage out of control in North Bay

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Debbie Wolfe looks over the burned ruins of her home of 30 years Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017, in Santa Rosa, Calif. (Rich Pedroncelli/AP Photo)
Rich Pedroncelli/AP Photo