The cellar of the Salesians, open since 1885, welcomed hundreds of guests on Saturday, September 10th: wines, cheese and music, immersed in a fairy-tale landscape.
“Wine raises the soul and thoughts. And worries leave our heart.”
Pindar said in the 5th century BC.
Over 2000 years later, in one of the most injured territories by the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the thought of the greek poet found a beginning of realization.
On Saturday, September 10, the first Salesian cellar Wine Festival was held in the Cremisan Valley, 5 kilometers from Bethlehem and 12 from Jerusalem.