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Unlocking the Kabinett (Continued)

by Lars Carlberg

For the second part of my two-part article on Mosel Kabinett, I also interviewed a number of top producers to Read more…

Unlocking the Kabinett

by Lars Carlberg

In an article on Mosel Kabinett, chief wine critic Eric Asimov at the New York Times joined a select tasting Read more…

Human-Nature on the Middle Mosel

by Kevin Goldberg

Renowned German historian Karl Lamprecht, writing around 1900, lamented the meagerness that still plagued much of the German countryside. Recognizing, Read more…

Pfalz 2012: Harvest Report

by Bill Hooper

The 2012 vintage has been absolutely amazing. The harvest in the Mittelhaardt is finally winding down after the longest growing Read more…

Der Uhlen

by Lars Carlberg

In Joachim Krieger’s Terrassenkultur an der Untermosel (Terraces of the Lower Mosel, Edition Krieger, 2003), he describes that the name Uhlen Read more…

Slate of the Vulture

by Lars Carlberg

Just south of Wintrich, tucked away in a side valley of the Hunsrück, is the single vineyard called Geierslay. In Read more…

Moselwein

by Lars Carlberg

One of my favorite books is Karl Heinrich Koch’s Moselwein (Mosel Wine, von Zabern, 1897). The subtitle is Zu Lob Read more…

A Call to Action

by Ulrich Stein

Note: Although he’s one of the wine world’s great talkers, Ulrich (“Ulli”) Stein of Weingut Stein knows that words alone Read more…

Loeb & Prittie

by Lars Carlberg

In Trier, Daniel Deckers, political editor of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung and wine author, gave an excellent presentation of Im Read more…

Ayler Kupp: A Short History

by Lars Carlberg

As with the famous Scharzhofberg and many other top Saar vineyard sites, Ayler Kupp faces largely south and is located Read more…

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