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View from Trattore Wines on Dry Creek Road north of Healdsburg, Sonoma County There are many wineries along the snaking Dry Creek Road.

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Bicycling at the Indian Springs resort in Calistoga, Calif.

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Outside the Castello di Amorosa winery in Calistoga, Calif., modeled after a Tuscan castle.

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Guests visit the Castello di Amorosa winery in Calistoga, Calif.

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A view of downtown Sonoma in the months after the October fires

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This sign showing gratitude to the first responders to the October fires hangs in a downtown Sonoma business.

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Downtown Sonoma

Permissions for sale by the honor system in a Sonoma front yard.

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A view of Healdsburg, Calif,, which was spared by the October fires.

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Kay Cole, left, and her mother, Jessica Murdock, try some wines at the Paradise Ridge tasting room in Kenwood in Sonoma County.

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Walking through Sonoma Valley Regional Park in Sonoma County

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Stones at Sonoma Valley Regional Park honor the victims of the October fires.

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Outside the city of Sonoma

The Gundlach Bundschu Winery, a family operate with roots in the 19th century, operates outside the city of Sonoma. In October’s fires, it lost one residential building but its production facility, tasting room and most of its vineyards survived.

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Tasting room attendant Gary Coffland pours wine for two guests at the Gundlach Bundschu Winery near Sonoma.

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A hot-air balloon flying over Napa Valley

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A man fishes on Napa River near Oxbow Public Market.

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Starlings in Napa-Sonoma

Birds take wing from a healthy vineyard along the Napa-Sonoma border.

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The Napa Valley Wine Train approaches a stop at Grgich Hills Winery in Napa Valley.

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The Gundlach Bundschu Winery near Sonoma  reopened within weeks of the October fires. 

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An attendant serves  lunch aboard the Napa Valley Wine Train, which runs between Napa and St. Helena, Calif.

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Lunch is served on the Napa Valley Wine Train.

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A conductor of the Napa Valley Wine Train, which carries passengers past many vineyards on its route from Napa to St. Helena, Calif.

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