The history of Dalsheim: How Pinot Noir and Riesling saved German-Swedish relations.

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German winemaker Klaus Peter Keller talks about the history of the town of Dalsheim, one of the only remaining medieval villages with an intact protective wall around the entire town. He tells of the Swedes ransacking the city in the 1300’s but promises that today they love Riesling and Pinot Noir so there is a detente at last.

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