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, told The Chronicle their farmhouse was razed by the Glass Fire. That farmhouse held all of their bottled wine, some fermentation tanks and a number of offices. The 13th century-inspired Tuscan manor survived the blaze, however.


By Richard Moran

Richard Moran loves to write about sports with the Golden State Online. Before that, he worked as a senior writer at ESPN. Richard grew up in San Diego and graduated from the University of San Diego in 2004, after which he worked as an editor for five years.

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