Fire Damages Silver Oak Winery

Napa producer loses almost $2 million of 2004 Cabernet
Tim Fish
Issue: April 30, 2006

Silver Oak Cellars lost nearly $2 million worth of wine in a Feb. 3 fire at its Napa Valley winery, where the blaze destroyed a historic building that had been the producer's original home. Winery general manager David Duncan said the stone building that currently houses Silver Oak's winemaking facility suffered heat and smoke damage and was nearly lost as well.

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