It's Eiswein harvest time on the Moselle and two Germans have invented a new machine that speeds up grape picking on steep slopes. This fully-automated harvester is now in demand the world over.
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.
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!
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.
In recent decades, the village-like district of Montmartre in Paris, characterized by its steep hills and sweeping views, has been transformed by the arrival of mass tourism.
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