The wind blows over the hilltop where the Graf House, the Musters' vineyard, stands. Once again we are at the top - as we were at Andreas Tscheppe - surrounded by vineyards, some of them steeply sloping and with various exposures. Terraces are unusual in Styria, and so the continuously planted vineyard opens up in all its vastness. Thousands of vines lie before us, and Sepp Muster knows them all. At least I think so, and the longer I listen to him, the more certain I am about this.
The next 90 minutes are a lesson in nature observation and also more exciting than Dortmund against Bayern or, to stay in the region, more entertaining than Sturm against Kapfenberg.