A German winemaker in the land of whiskey and Guinness

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Rarely will you see someone ordering a glass of red in an Irish pub, where for the most part, traditional whiskey or iconic Guinness still predominate. This is partially because many people associate going to the pub with having a pint. But lockdowns around the world have lead to a rising global demand for wine, a positive trend for Ireland’s relatively few vineyards, which have long been producing grapes despite the island’s challenging climate. Thanks to the Gulf Stream, Ireland enjoys lush flora, particularly along the coastline, and a warm and humid climate, which makes it far from ideal f…

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