October 18, 2017

Wildfire Update & Message of Gratitude from Our Family


First, thank you to all of you who reached out to us in the past week and to everyone for keeping Napa Valley in your thoughts and prayers during these terrible fires. And thank you to the firefighters and first responders who are still fighting so bravely and selflessly to keep our communities intact.

We are pleased to report that our family and our staff are safe, and we are so very thankful that no one here at Flora Springs has lost their home. Our benchland and valley floor vineyards are also thankfully intact, as is the winery – including our beloved old stone Ghost Winery. Miraculously, because of the growing conditions this year, 100% of our grapes were harvested and under the roof before the fires began. And though helicopters still hover at the ridgeline above and to the west of us, we are cautiously optimistic that conditions will continue to improve in Napa Valley in the coming days.

Unfortunately, not all of our friends and neighbors are as fortunate, and I speak for everyone here at Flora Springs when I say that our hearts go out to the folks whose homes and businesses have been damaged or destroyed. Our community is one of resilience and strength, and together we will pull through. If you are interested in supporting relief efforts in Napa Valley, we encourage you to visit the Napa Valley Community Foundation Disaster Relief Fund.

Finally, we ask that you go to our Facebook page for updated information on visiting The Estate and The Room. We are open for business and welcome visitors, as fall is usually our busiest time of year. Also, please know that our fulfillment centers are not impacted by the fires; we are still able to process orders and club shipments will be delivered as planned. We encourage you to visit our website for any additional wines you’d like to purchase.

This is a challenging time for all of us, but after forty years in Napa Valley, our family and the Flora Springs team remain strong, determined and resilient. Now more than ever, thank you so much for your loyalty and support.

John Komes


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