Do 23 .23. Mai 2013 Mai
In cooperation with Sächsisches Staatsweingut Schloss Wackerbarth
Born in Scotland, Martin Walker studied at Oxford and Harvard, worked as a journalist at The Guardian for 25 years, and has been writing non-fiction and novels for more than ten years. His cases for »Bruno, Chief of Police« are published simultaneously in ten languages and also find their way onto Germany’s bestseller lists regularly. That the author and his hero are linked by passions beyond that for crime is easily deduced from titles like »The Dark Vineyard« and »The Devil’s Cave«. So what setting could be better and livelier for a reading from the gourmand’s fifth case than the winery at Schloss Wackerbarth? The German translation will be read by the actor Johannes Steck, who has already lent Bruno his voice on four audio books.
To get in the perfect mood for the reading, Schloss Wackerbarth offers a wine tour and tasting for € 11 per person.
During the wine tour in the wine fields and wine cellar you will learn what happens during fermentation, how natural aromas are preserved by indulgent barrique-maturation and what is important for the character of a wine from Schloss Wackerbarth. Afterwards a tasting of three wines awaits you.
You can find further information at the website of Schloss Wackerbarth.