CALISTOGA, Calif. (KRON) — Castello di Amorosa, a winery in Napa Valley with a famously unique castle structure, is closed until further notice after the Glass Fire burned through its path on Monday.
The winery posted on Facebook about the fire, saying:
“Due to the fires and evacuation orders in the surrounding areas, Castello di Amorosa will be closed until further notice. We remain grateful to all firefighters and first responders working so vigilantly to keep everyone safe.”
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The medieval-style winery castle has attracted visitors since it was built in 2007.
The Glass Fire as of Tuesday has burned through over 36,000 acres in Napa and Sonoma counties, destroying many homes, as well as businesses like wineries. About 80,000 residents have been evacuated.
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