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Medieval Period & Monasticism

Monks and wine. Is there any more fascinating story in the history of wine? In this category dive deep into the influence of monasticism in the Medieval period of winemaking.

The Origins of California Wine: Junipero Serra, the Apostle of California

Introduction – Californian Wine Today California is one of the world’s most acclaimed wine production regions. It makes up roughly 90% of the wine industry of the United States. And if California were its […]

Fray Junípero Serra

Miquel Josep Serra I Ferrer (Catalan) which translates into Miguel José Serra Ferrer in Castilian, was born in Petra (a village on Mallorca Island) off the Mediterranean coast of Spain. He was born to […]

A Biography on the Famous Monastery Winery in Burgundy

The Historical Profile of the Famous Monastery Winery in Burgundy Burgundy’s earliest archeological evidence of grape cultivation dates back to the 2nd century AD. However, it is thought that the Celts were cultivating vines […]

The Jesuits and Wine Production in the New World

The Jesuits and Wine Production in the New World In the summer of 1599, several zealous Roman Catholics arrived at the developing town of Cordoba in what is now Northwestern Argentina. These men were […]

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