Napa Valley wineries hit hard by earthquake
(CNN) -- Napa Valley vintners woke up to a lot of broken bottles Sunday morning. The 6.1-magnitude earthquake that struck Northern California early Sunday and sent more than 100 people to the hospital also dealt a blow to the region's noted wine industry. Silver Oak Winery owner David Duncan spent the morning with staff who showed up on their day off, cleaning up hundreds of broken wine bottles that fell off the shelves. "Those bottles were very unique," he said and worth hundreds of dollars.