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… are well suited to accompany the subtle diversity of aromas of the fish and dips. Classics such as Moselle Riesling are particularly good with zander, trout and redfish. Delicate monkfish and fresh prawns…
… on the grate. Pinot Blanc, Chardonnay and Silvaner are perfect companions. A light Riesling from the Moselle with subtle fruitiness is welcome as well. If the fish is prepared directly on the grate or in a…
… Information at: mittelrhein-wein.com weingueter-und-winzer.de koblenz-touristik.de Mosel On the Mosel, many winegrowers offer their own wines with regional specialties, often in old barrel…
… After joining the family business in 1987, he became the first wine trader in Norway to include Mosel Rieslings from renowned German estates in his portfolio. He has added piece by piece to that roster…
… and a gourmet weekend in Worms, which can be combined with a day trip to wineries on the Nahe and Mosel in April. www.weinspuren.de The Dresden travel company Augustustours is organizing two six-day wine…
… and winemakers are a key part of this offering. https://www.wellviness.de/de Vinotherapy in the Mosel region: Individual hotels on the Mosel also use the power of the grape in so-called vinotherapy. This…
… Culture and Wine Ambassador Rheinhessen e.V. kultur-und-weinbotschafter.de Visitors to the Mosel, Saar and Ruwer can now rely on around 100 Culture and Wine Ambassadors to share their knowledge of the…
… 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…