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…weetness in wine had long been the “German curse”, as Krebiehl puts it, but today’s producers, notably in the Mosel - everywhere in fact, are turning out the most “thrilling, diverse, alluring, unique and…
… you can read in full by following this link. He mentions Elbling, an ancient variety from the upper Mosel, the light red Trollinger, unusual rosé blends, refreshing Silvaner, and Lemberger, also known as…
… was false; nevertheless, it incited a bloody persecution of the Jews which spread all the way to the Mosel and the lower parts of the Rhine. As penitence and commemoration, the chapel in Gothic style was…
… the Romans once crushed grapes by foot can be found in an ancient wine press preserved in Piesport, near the Moselschleife (a major bow in the river). It is the biggest Roman wine press north of the Alps.
… ordered that two giant storehouses be built to hold grain and wine from the Roman estates along the Mosel.In Roman times, this imperial storehouse was 70 metres long and 20 metres wide, making it the largest…
… Bernkastel-Kues as you discover a series of sundials high on the dark slate cliffs of the Middle Mosel. They now mark not only the time, but some of the finest vineyards in the world.
…t Nouveau city of Traben-Trarbach is a true landmark for the significance that wine trading once held for the Mosel region. Around 1900, this small city in the middle of the Mosel valley was the most important wine…
… history.Several old wine grower's houses, stemming from communities like Zell-Merl or Ürzig on the Mosel or from nearby Weinsheim on the Nahe river, bring the life of wine growers from different epochs to…
… The wine press with its building is the only one of that kind between Southern Palatinate and the Mosel.
…In the middle of a small Mosel wine village lies the Weingut Lubentiushof - an unusual ensemble of a modern concrete-glass wine workshop and an historical winery building from the Princes von der Leyen in 1711.