The Dom, the cathedral of St. Peter in Trier – view from Weinstube Kesselstatt
Some of you might know my favourite wine bar. It is “Weinstube Kesselstatt” in my home-town Trier. Every time I visit the place of my birth, I also visit this wonderful place.
The parsonage of the Church of our Lady
I just love to sit in its front garden and look at the two churches, and the other surroundings, watch the people passing by and enjoy being alive, and home.
In summer and autumn the leaves of the vines are green and later full of colour, and the vines bear grapes. It invites to think about times gone by and times to come.
Reminiscing (or in a German dialect ‘simmeliere’) about the past is a privilege of the ageing cohort.
Enjoying the results of hard work in vineyard and winery is something shared by all, it goes beyond the borders of biology.
My tip: try the Pinot Noir.
All the Rieslings on offer are excellent but last time I tried the Pinot, and that was marvellous.
It is a paradise this wine bar. When in Trier do not forget to visit Weinstube Kesselstatt.