A Conversation with Gisela Kreglinger

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[/ux_banner] [row] [col span=”2/3″] [title text=”A Conversation with Gisela Kreglinger” style=”bold”] Gisela Kreglinger grew up on a family-owned winery in Bavaria, Germany where her family has been crafting wine for centuries. A theologian and author based at the University of St. Andrews, Scotland, she writes about the history of wine-making, especially its place throughout the story of the Bible, and the spiritual experience and beauty of sharing well-crafted wine with others around the table. Gisela will be joining Dr. Scot Sherman in conversation about her new book, The Spirituality of Wine. “I wept upon reading this book…”—Alice Canlis, Canlis Restaurant, Seattle “This is a thoughtful, prayerful, wide-ranging book, reminding us on every page that spiritu­ality and gastronomy are inextricably linked.” —Alice Waters, Chez Panisse, Berkeley bookcover Thursday, June 9, 2016 • 6:30pm – 8:30pm Century Club of California 1355 Franklin St., San Francisco, CA 94109 Tickets: $20.00 The evening will begin with a wine and hors d’oeuvres reception followed by an interview and book signing. Copies of The Spirituality of Wine will be available for purchase.   [/col] [col span=”1/3″] [title text=”About the Author” style=”bold_center”]

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Gisela Kreglinger grew up on a family-owned winery in Franconia, Germany where her family has been crafting wine for many generations. This unique experience has inspired her to write a book about the spirituality of wine.

She holds a PhD in historical theology from the University of St. Andrews and in this book Gisela has woven together her passions for Christian spiritualty and the wonderful and mysterious world of wine.

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