Behold, her highness the Duchess of Vineville makes an appearance! This highborn lady has a passion for wine and her vineyards. She feels quite at home among all the vines. Although she i spart of the high nobility she will not look down on her subjects, but graces them with her delightful performance and poses for pictures and selfies. Sometimes she even juggles with wine bottles!

The Duchess was first seen at the Stuttgarter Weindorf of 2019.

Lots of winemakers and guests will want to crown her a wine queen, but she stays humble and declines – for she is the Duchess of Vineville, a little principality near Karlsruhe.

 

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Trailer Duchess of Vineville:

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Fürstin von Rebhausen

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Fürstin von Rebhausen
Fürstin von Rebhausen

© Andy Wirth, AJW Photoart

Fürstin von Rebhausen
Fürstin von Rebhausen

© Andy Wirth, AJW Photoart

Fürstin von Rebhausen
Fürstin von Rebhausen

© Andy Wirth, AJW Photoart

Fürstin von Rebhausen
Fürstin von Rebhausen

© Andy Wirth, AJW Photoart

Fürstin von Rebhausen
Fürstin von Rebhausen

© Andy Wirth, AJW Photoart

Fürstin von Rebhausen
Fürstin von Rebhausen

© Andy Wirth, AJW Photoart

Fürstin von Rebhausen
Fürstin von Rebhausen

© Andy Wirth, AJW Photoart

Fürstin von Rebhausen
Fürstin von Rebhausen

© Andy Wirth, AJW Photoart

Fürstin von Rebhausen
Fürstin von Rebhausen

© Andy Wirth, AJW Photoart

Fürstin von Rebhausen
Fürstin von Rebhausen

© Andy Wirth, AJW Photoart

Fürstin von Rebhausen
Fürstin von Rebhausen

© Andy Wirth, AJW Photoart

Fürstin von Rebhausen
Fürstin von Rebhausen

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Fürstin von Rebhausen
Fürstin von Rebhausen

© Andy Wirth, AJW Photoart

Fürstin von Rebhausen
Fürstin von Rebhausen

© Andy Wirth, AJW Photoart

Fürstin von Rebhausen
Fürstin von Rebhausen

© Andy Wirth, AJW Photoart

Fürstin von Rebhausen
Fürstin von Rebhausen

© Andy Wirth, AJW Photoart

Fürstin von Rebhausen
Fürstin von Rebhausen

© Andy Wirth, AJW Photoart

Fürstin von Rebhausen
Fürstin von Rebhausen

© Andy Wirth, AJW Photoart

Fürstin von Rebhausen
Fürstin von Rebhausen

© Andy Wirth, AJW Photoart

Fürstin von Rebhausen
Fürstin von Rebhausen

© Andy Wirth, AJW Photoart

Fürstin von Rebhausen
Fürstin von Rebhausen

© Andy Wirth, AJW Photoart

Fürstin von Rebhausen
Fürstin von Rebhausen

© Andy Wirth, AJW Photoart

Fürstin von Rebhausen
Fürstin von Rebhausen

© Andy Wirth, AJW Photoart

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