One of Napa Valley's most well-known attractions is still standing, but it has reportedly suffered major losses on the property. Castello di Amorosa, remembered by many as the "castle" visible from Highway 128 in Calistoga, told The Chronicle their farmhouse was razed by the Glass Fire.What happened to the wine bottles in the Calistoga fire?
Charred wine bottles rest at Castello di Amorosa, Monday, Sept. 28, 2020, in Calistoga, Calif., which was damaged in the Glass Fire. Charred wine bottles rest at Castello di Amorosa, Monday, Sept. 28, 2020, in Calistoga, Calif., which was damaged in the Glass Fire.What happened to the wine in the Sacramento warehouse fire?
"The lab is gone, offices are gone, the wine was destroyed," Sattui said. Video obtained by ABC News showed parts of the Castello di Amorosa warehouse that were destroyed by the fire. According to a reporter with Sacramento's ABC10, there were 120,000 bottles of wine in the building worth $5 million.Is Castello di a morosa visit US Open?
Welcome to C ASTELLO DI A MOROSA VISIT US an authentically-styled 13th century Tuscan castle winery in the Napa Valley. We are open for tasting by reservation only. We are closely following county and state regulations. Shop Our Wines Peruse our wide selection of hand-crafted white, rosé, red, and sweet wines.