Fast-moving Northern California Fire Spares Historic Family-owned Winery: 'it's A Miracle'

Posted: Aug 19, 2020

Phil Sunseri thanked California firefighters Tuesday after they were reportedly able to save his family's 130-year-old Napa Valley winery from a fast-moving wildfire that came within feet of the business and destroyed at least one building on the property.

The Hennessey Fire, one of several wildfires burning in Northern California, was sparked by lightning early Monday. It had exploded to more than 10,000 acres and the Nichelini Family Winery was in its path by Tuesday, according to KPIX-TV in San Francisco.

Flames engulfed a cabin within the Nichelini Family Winery complex Tuesday as firefighters worked to save the business. The winery’s main building, however, was still standing Tuesday evening, according to KPIX.

By Brie Stimson
August 19, 2020
Source and complete article: Foxnews.coms

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