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  • Wine, spirits and a thousand years of history are blended at Our Lady of New Clairvaux Abbey

    The Our Lady of New Clairvaux monastery follows principles developed nearly 1,500 years ago. It offers spiritual retreats while producing 10,000 cases of award-winning wines a year in partnership with a fifth-generation Italian American vintner, UC Davis grad Aimee Sunseri.

The Our Lady of New Clairvaux monastery follows principles developed nearly 1,500 years ago. It offers spiritual retreats while producing 10,000 cases of award-winning wines a year in partnership with a fifth-generation Italian American vintner, UC Davis grad Aimee Sunseri. Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee
The Our Lady of New Clairvaux monastery follows principles developed nearly 1,500 years ago. It offers spiritual retreats while producing 10,000 cases of award-winning wines a year in partnership with a fifth-generation Italian American vintner, UC Davis grad Aimee Sunseri. Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee

Wine, spirits, history, reflection blend at Vina monastery

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