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Klaus Peter and Damien in the Hubacker Vineyard

After the Debacle Called Liebfraumilch – NYTimes.com

Wine writer Eric Asimov has long been a fan of Klaus Peter Keller’s wines. There is a resurgence in the Rheinhessen that he captures nicely in this column in the New York Times. Asimov details the work Keller has done near the estate in Florsheim-Dalsheim as well as the revival of Nierstein as one of […]

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Beauty in the glass.

In Mark Helprin’s Soldier of the Great War the aging hero describes lying under a tree on a summer day and the intense pleasure he takes from counting all the shades of green present in the leaves above and the wondeful futility of the effort. Try it sometime. There is something transcendent about focusing on individual […]

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