Monday, January 9, 2012

San Fernando Mission's wine cellar reopens to the public

Monsignor Francis J. Weber makes
his way down the stairs and into
the wine cellar at the San Fernando
Mission Thursday, Jan. 5, 2011.
The wine cellar is now open to the
public after being closed for over
20 years. Improved lighting,
handrails and wall reinforcement
were added to make it safe.
(Credit: Andy Holzman/
Daily News Staff Photographer)
... From Los Angeles Daily News

Decades before the first wineries opened in Sonoma and Napa, they were making wine at the San Fernando Mission.

Now, for the first time in almost 20 years, visitors to the Mission Hills historic site can see the monastic wine cellar almost exactly as it looked nearly two centuries ago.

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