LIST: Fires destroy wine country landmarks, businesses

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The devastating fires burning through wine country have destroyed a number of businesses and landmarks. 

Santa Rosa 

Camp Newman, a Jewish camp suffered major building loss.

Fountaingrove Inn 

General manager Justin Hayman posted on the Fountaingrove Inn website, "The inn fell victim to the devastating fire in Sonoma County, and guests were subsequently evacuated. At this time we are unable to conduct business in any capacity... our thoughts and prayers are with those affected by the tragic fire." 

Hilton Sonoma Wine Country  

Our KTVU crew stopped by what was left of the Hilton, which is located across the street from the Fountaingrove Inn. It appeared to be destroyed. The following message was posted on the inn's Facebook page, "The wildfires in Santa Rosa, California and the surrounding areas have forced the evacuation and temporary closure of Hilton Sonoma Wine Country. All guests and associates of the Hotel have been safely evacuated and are not able to return until further notice. It is anticipated that the Hotel has sustained significant damage. At this time we do not know when the Hotel will reopen or when associates and guests will be able to return to the property. We will provide more information as it becomes available."  

Puerto Vallarta

Trader Joe's 



Paradise Ridge Winery

According to a post on the Paradise Ridge Winery Facebook page, the winery burned down on Monday morning.

Nicholson Ranch 

Nicholson Ranch in Sonoma has burned  according to the East Bay Times. 

Signorello Winery 

The fire-ravaged Signorello Estate winery was destroyed. Wildfires whipped by powerful winds swept through Northern California sending residents on a headlong flight to safety through smoke and flames as homes burned.

Silverado Resort and Spa 

Some buildings were damaged at Silverado Resort and Spa. It's unclear how widespread the damage is. KTVU has learned from family members that a couple who lives in a home at Silverado Resort was unable to escape and died in the fire. 

Sonoma County 

Cardinal Newman High School in unincorporated Sonoma County near the north city limits of Santa Rosa has sustained damage from the Tubbs Fire, according to a city spokesperson and social media posts.