Fires are burning through California's wine country, threatening the region's vineyards and wineries.
Some people were forced to evacuate their homes after a blaze started Sunday near Santa Rosa.
Multiple fires tore through Sonoma and Napa counties on Monday, prompting school closures and even hospital evacuations. Over 12 hours, 15 fires have burned 73,000 acres and destroyed 1,500 homes and commercial buildings, according to Cal Fire. One death was confirmed in Mendocino County.
The status of the region's wineries remained unclear Monday. The Napa Valley Vintners and the Sonoma County Vintners both said they are still working to gather information and make sure their members are safe.