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New Clairvaux Vineyard located in Vina, California, is a historic land that serves as a place of prayer, work, and home to the monks of the Abbey of New Clairvaux. The monks at Citeaux long ago developed agricultural concepts for wine making that are still...More
We spent an afternoon visting the winery and sampling different wines. Our wines were very nice and made the day quite enjoyable. We took our time and had a great and informative conversation with our pourer. The old building the the wine is stored in...More
I decided to visit this place as I was mainly interested about the 800-years-old chapter house brought from Santa María de Óvila, Spain. I also thought that there might be some beer related activities as they are brewing the Ovila beers in cooperation with Sierra...More
I visited New Clairvaux recently and was able to get a short vineyard tour with the winemaker as well as taste many of their current wines. They do an amazing job of growing the grapes in such a hot area, and the wines (especially the...More
I'm not going to spoil the surprise about the rich history on these grounds. You'll have to visit to get the impact. And...the winery is so different from the huge places you might be used to. The monastery near the grounds is a popular place...More
What a wonderful vineyard! The tastings were lovely and the grounds exquisite! Wonderful, intelligent staff that regaled us with history of the area, early pioneers, and the wine industry. Can't wait to go back again! Excited to see that they have a woman vintner and...More
Visited on a Thursday so no minks were behind the bar. Staff was really friendly and helpful. They really shared the history of the place while explain about the varietals that thrive here. Well worth a stop.
Simplistic and serene, yet full bodied. We were there in December, when the sage was blooming and filled the air with such a lovely subtly sweet aroma. The tasting hosts & hostesses were full of knowledge about the wines, the process, the history and were...More