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…, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir and Dornfelder. ‘Riesling S’ indicates harmoniously dry steep-slope wines from the Mosel, Saar and Ruwer. ‘RS Rheinhessen Silvaner’ is what the winemakers in Germany's largest growing region…
… making it easily recognisable and one of the hallmarks of Franken’s finest wines. read moreMosel The Mosel Valley, a gorge the river carved between the Hunsrück and Eifel hills, and the valleys of…
… aromas, such as Chasselas from the Markgräflerland region, an Auxerrois from the upper reaches of the Moselle or a Pinot Blanc from Franconia. The adventurous among you might want to try and combine oysters with…
… of the vineyards are in Rheinhessen and the Pfalz, with smaller plantings in Franken and the Mosel region.
… Siegel Wine Agencies, Nigel has become the agent for many Germany producers including Dr Loosen, Mosel, and in subsequent years, Gunderloch, Rheinhessen; Donnhoff, Nahe; Leitz, Rheingau; J. L. Wolf, Pfalz;…
… was introduced to wine at an early age through family holidays passing through the Rhineland, the Mosel and, as a teenager, Baden.David’s interest in Australian and Californian wine developed after…
… the position at Dolamore, he resigned to set up his own business. With the help of Dirk Max Richter in Mosel in 1988, Freddy set up “The Magnificent Seven”,an agency representing seven major estates from…
… (mulled wine) and Lebkuchen (gingerbread) and it is the season for Gänsebraten (roast goose). A famous Mosel vineyard is named after the geese who roamed there. read moreFamous vineyard sites Each of Germany's…
… aromas, good structure and minerality. Perferably from a more northerly wine region like Ahr or Mosel.
…Salted cod, dirt smoked lamb, whey bbq and cauliflowerWINE RECOMMENDATION: A young crisp Mosel Riesling. Lean to medium bodied with little residual sugar, fresh acidity and pure minerality.INGREDIENTS:Salted…