Germany Part 5: More Winzerkeller Wiesloch Photos


Freshly picked.

One of the three master winemakers draws us a sample from the premium Spätburgunder.

"Without wine and love, life is dreary."

Warehouse.

Waiting to be pressed.

Filling time.

Traditional.

Composition in blue and orange.

Here is the steeple.

7 Thoughts on “Germany Part 5: More Winzerkeller Wiesloch Photos

  1. Beautiful photos, makes me want to go to Germany!

  2. andrealein on October 16, 2008 at 10:45 PM said:

    Thanks, Julian! I definitely recommend visiting Germany–it is beautiful. Hope you are able to get there soon!

  3. Andrea! I love your blog. I am supposed to be getting ready for work now; but for the past 15 minutes I’ve been learning all about your trip to Germany (and enjoying it thoroughly!). You are such a talented writer. I loved what you said about wanting to put your camera down and just take a picture into your memory bank. I’ve been there so many times before. I love to travel and I feel like I just took a short trip to Germany, right from my bedroom. Great stuff – can’t wait to read more!

  4. Bryan C on October 24, 2008 at 7:57 PM said:

    Good blog, and amazing pictures!

  5. andrealein on October 25, 2008 at 11:40 AM said:

    Thank you, Katy and Bryan. :) I am glad you enjoyed it!

  6. lauranne on October 28, 2008 at 12:37 PM said:

    Andrea, you are getting to be quite a photographer! Thanks for sharing.

  7. andrealein on October 28, 2008 at 12:46 PM said:

    Thanks Laura! Being surrounded by such beauty certainly helps. :)

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