Mony Vineyard is owned by the Israeli-Arab Artul family and is located between the Judean Hills and Samson wine regions. It is tucked away in the village of Beit Shemesh, right next to the Dir Riffat Monastery. Though the paradoxical imagery of an Arab family making kosher wine at a Monastery seems unique and considerable, Mony is a truly picture of tolerance and beauty. Mony Vineyard is a demonstration of how Israeli winemaking can bring about cooperation between all Israelis: Arab, Jew, and Christian. It stands as a signpost in Israel of peace and cooperation.