Terroir in Germany: Klaus Peter Keller on his vineyards in the Rheinhessen

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Klaus Peter Keller’s vineyards in Germany’s Rheinhessen wine region each have a particular smell and feel for the winemaker at Weingut Keller. Whether you drink his Riesling Trocken or a Grosses Gewaches from Kirschpiel, Morstein, Hubacker, Absterde, Hipping, Pettenthal or G-Max, or a Spatburguner from Burgel or Frauenberg, every bottle from Keller represents the terroir of the place it grew and the spirit of the vineyard.

Ask a Winemaker filmed with Klaus Peter on location in the Rheinhessen in 2010
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