This year's grape harvest has been the best that Germany has seen since 1999. The weather extremes in Germany this year, have lead to excellent wines. The sun drenched grapes take on a rich aroma.
Few delegates at the Munich Security Conference showed up to discuss climate change. But those that did were reminded that the current collapse of the Earth's ecosystems is already causing conflict and mass migration.
Vineyards on the slopes of the Moselle and Rhine, monumental structures from the Roman Empire in Germany's oldest city Trier: the state of Rhineland-Palatinate is ideal for culture buffs and epicures.
Using professional harvesting equipment, the criminals stole €8,000 of grapes. Police are calling for witnesses to come forward after the crime was committed in broad daylight.
The unusually hot German summer was a hindrance to many farmers, but Germany's winemakers aren't complaining. Estimates show there'll be no shortage of German wine next year — cheers to that!
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