If you drink wines from the Napa Valley, savor last year’s crop. You might be waiting a bit for the next one: “Two wildfires north of San Francisco forced thousands of people to flee their homes and prompted Gov. Jerry Brown to declare a state of emergency on Sunday, continuing a drought-fueled fire season that could be the worst the American West has ever endured.” This is happening in the Napa Valley, you see – which means that the grape harvest is likely to be affected. Or burnt to the ground.
This is also, by the way, not the only fire that they’re dealing with right now in California:
— USFS Fire-California (@R5_Fire_News) September 13, 2015
…although I am not qualified to give an opinion as to whether it’s their ‘worst.’