“The Foehn wind is a real affineur of grapes . . .” from the diary of Weingut Bründlmayer Evidence from wine regions everywhere suggests that…...
Volume 01, Identity & Intersection
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Sebastian Bordthäuser | Köln, Germany
Emily Campeau | Somewhere in Europe
Andreas Durst | Bockenheim an der Weinstraße, Germany
Robert Dentice | New York, US
Daniela Dejnega | Vienna, Austria
Carrie Dykes | New York, US
Jérôme Hainz | Mainz, Germany
Anne Krebiehl MW | London, UK
Medienagenten | Bad Dürkeheim, Germany
Christoph Raffelt | Hamburg, Germany
Michael Pabich | Virginia, US
Bart de Vries | London, UK
Kathleen Willcox | New York, US