The first vineyard in Norway?
11 Feb 2008 by Julia Harding MW
Klaus Peter Keller of Weingut Keller in the village of Flörsheim-Dalsheim, Rheinhessen, tells me he is planning to plant a small Riesling vineyard in Kristiansand in Norway (one of the warmer parts of the country) in May this year. The area is just being prepared: ‘very nice granite soil, similar to some of the Grands Crus vineyards in Alsace’. It started off as a bit of a joke between Keller and his Norwegian apprentice Anne Enggrav, who continues the story. ‘I came here to Weingut Keller first and foremost to get a better understanding of wine production and learn more about wine. From the very beginning we...

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