First: Yes, we are open.
We are grateful for the hundreds of friends checking in on us and their concern for our safety. The fires in Sonoma and surrounding areas has us deeply
saddened. Please keep our friends and neighbors in your thoughts.
The estate tasting room and house are fine and we are back to business – things are not normal but Cyndee and Alexandra and the entire team are here.
Although the fire is still causing damage to some of our community they say the firestorm was over 1,500 degrees but there’s only one degree of separation
in this community - in Sonoma County. And because of that we are shattered for what has happened to our neighbors and friends - many have lost
homes and for some they still don’t know what has happened to their places. But we help each other. That is what we do and what we will do. This
community will rebuild - our homes, lives and spirits.
We feared the worst for our winery, which is right next door to Coffey Park, one of the most devastated areas of Santa Rosa. The fire stopped only
blocks from the winery. We have been unable to get to the winery and don’t know when we will be able to assess the situation.
We have taken in evacuees at the house and loft and expect to pitch in wherever we can for a long time to come. If you can help please click here for
the Red Cross and here for The City
of Santa Rosa.
In this dark moment, we let Gracianna herself speak to us and we think we know what she would say, “When hope seems far away be grateful that we have