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Asparagus & Wine

… Rich sauces benefit from the contrast of a zippy wine pairing. While the fine spirited acidity in Mosel Rieslings serves to lighten a rich sauce, spicier versions demand a wine of considerable…


Max Gerstl

… Swiss wine importers and merchants known for German wines. He has a wide selection, especially from Mosel region, his "first love".Max Gerstl is co-organiser of the WeltWeinFestival, which took…


Hot Spot

… real contact with wine. It was in 2003, when I visited the Christoffel estate in Ürzig on the river Mosel. What I tasted on my very first visit to a winery hit me like a bolt of lightning. I used to have about…



… bar counter is completely lined with slate from the region where most of his wines are sourced – the Mosel.There is also a good representation of wines from Baden, Rheinhessen, the Pfalz and the Nahe wine…


Eisaku Kurokawa

… Japan. In 1986, they launched the first German wine contest with the support of winegrowers from the Mosel and Rheinland-Pfalz, at which wine connoisseurs could demonstrate their knowledge of German wine.…


Fondue & Raclette

… 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…


Barbecue & Wine

… 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…



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… 5,6 Pfalz, 23.590 ha 64,4 : 35,6 Baden, 15.812 ha 58,8 : 41,2 württemberg, 11.306 ha 30,7 : 69,3 Mosel, 8.796 ha 90,5 : 9,5 Quelle / Source: Statistisches Bundesamt / Federal Statistical office (destatis) …



… all 13 german wine-growing regions, traditionally in the steep or sloping valleys of the rhine and Mosel rivers and their tributaries (ahr, nahe, saar, ruwer, neckar) that straddle the 50th degree of latitude…