BKWine features (sort of) in a detective crime novel

It is actually the BKWine Scandinavian Wine Fair in Paris that is mentioned in the Swedish author Anna Jansson’s book “The Alchemy’s Eternal Fire”. We don’t have as prominent a role in the book as Gute Vineyard, a Swedish winery that is actually mentioned by name.

Without revealing too many secrets we can say that neither BKWine nor Lauri Pappinen (the owner of Gute) is the murderer. At least I think not; I have not yet finished the book…

Read Britt’s article, including some juicy pictures: Murder in the vineyard? BKWine appears in a detective novel

Daniel Pisano and the barbecue cook supervising the meat on the grill

Daniel Pisano and the barbecue cook supervising the meat on the grill, copyright BKWine Photography

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