Italy's vintners to the rescue of Cremisan monks
The monastery's wine had fallen off the radar. The turning point 10 years ago arrived with Christian pilgrims.
The trip on the road ascending from Jerusalem’s Tisch Family Zoological Gardens (a.k.a. the Biblical Zoo) to the Cremisan Monastery triggered an adrenaline rush I haven’t experienced for a long time, and not because I had crossed into Area C, beyond the Green Line. I have always been fascinated by monasteries. The silence and the mystery between their walls that seem to reveal only a...
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