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middle age

The clergyman Johann quickly (1540-1612) studied at the University of Wittenberg. In 1570 he became organist at the Schottenstift in Wien (Austria) and wrote one of the oldest wine books in German, which appeared for the first time in 1580 under the title "Wine Book: Von Baw, Pfleg und Brauch des Wein". This describes the winegrowing methods of the Middle Ages in the vineyard and cellar in great detail.

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