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Wine Cellar - Barrique Barrels- Deidesheim - Palatine - German Wine Street
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Wine Cellar with new Barrique Barrels (Oak Barrels) for Red Wine in a Winery in Deidesheim at the German Wine Street - Palatine

If you want to visit a Wine Cellar at the German Wine Street then don't hesitate to ask at one of the Wineries along the German Wine Street in the Palatine Region.

Copyright: Manfred Huchler
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Taken: 26/09/2011
Uploaded: 13/02/2012
Updated: 04/08/2014
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Tags: wine; wine cellar; deidesheim; palatine; pfalz; german wine street; deutsche weinstrasse; barrique; oak; barrel; red wine; huchler; manfred huchler
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