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, U 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, U Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee

Wine, spirits, history, reflection blend at Vina monastery

September 09, 2016 06:00 AM