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The Hungry Cyclist in the Moselle Valley, Day 2

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06/09/2009
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After a morning of mixed weather, liberal wine tasting and 50km of cycling lunch in the small village of Wintrich could not come soon enough and I arrived at the door of Altes Kelterhuas tired and hungry. The raw energy and enthusiasm of head chef and owner Markus Plein snapped me out of my lethargy. His exceptional tasting menu made from strictly local produce was a meal worth every cycled kilometre
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