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Napa Winery With SF Ties Recovers From Earthquake Damage

August 24, 2014, 6:35 PM

Napa Winery With SF Ties Recovers From Earthquake Damage
NAPA, CA -

A Napa Valley winery with Sioux Falls ties received damage from the largest earthquake to hit the bay area in 25 years.

Jessup Cellars sent an email to customers saying that none of their employees were hurt in the 6.0 earthquake this morning. But their production facility in southern Napa had a water pipe break and they lost several barrels of wine. Several cases of wine were also damaged at a tasting gallery.

The winery has Sioux Falls owners, Vance and Jana Thompson and Dan and Becky Blue.

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