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Schloß Johannisberg Spätlesereiter
Germany

"Johannisberg Castle" is a vineyard estate in "Geisenheim" (Rheingau). The monument erected in the courtyard of the castle reminded of the story of the "Johannisberg Spätlesereiter". In the past, the cellarer needed the permission to wine harvest from the Prince-Bishop of Fulda, the owner of the castle. This permit was brought by a rider. Once the rider was late and the grapes were rotten. Nevertheless the monks reaping the grapes and discovered the "late harvest wine".

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Uploaded: 17/11/2011
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