Without any fires in the area, I think 2020 would have been considered one of the best vintages of the decade. The wines picked before the fires started in late August 2020 in our area are stunningly brilliant. Nobody can second guess those wines as they were in the barn before any possible harm could come. There were plenty of sites not affected despite being on the vine after the fires started because the reactive smoke was either too high or heading in the opposite direction from where the site was. Duh! There were yet other places we work with that were challenged and the growers and I agreed to leave on the vine as the exposure appeared to be significant. Knowledge is power, taste and make your own opinion.