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Cellerar

Term for the especially in monasteries of the Benedictine Responsible for economic issues. The office is usually already described by St. Benedict of Nursia (around 530 AD), which was decisive for the life of the monastery until the 12th century. The Cellerar is for stockpiling, the distribution of food and clothing to the members of the community, the organization and distribution of the work involved, the trade in the products produced in the monastery and on its goods, and the collection and management of monetary and natural income and thus also for them Viticulture concerns of a monastery. You can compare the function with the CFO and HR manager of a commercial enterprise. The Cellerar is appointed by the Abbot or Prior. A prominent cellar was Dom Pierre Pérignon (1638-1715), the "inventor" of the champagne, See also other functions below viticulture training,

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