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The Style of Mosel Wine According to H.R. Rudd

by Per Linder

When Lars worked for Mosel Wine Merchant, he once reported on O.W. Loeb and Terrence Prittie’s Moselle. That report triggered Read more…

Tales from the Dry Side

by Andrew Bair

When I first heard that John Winthrop Haeger was writing a book dedicated to dry Riesling, I was very excited. Read more…

Moselle or Mosel?

by Per Linder

Over the Christmas break, I got my hands on Arlott on Wine (1986)—a collection of newspaper articles by the British Read more…

Wine Atlas of Germany

by Lars Carlberg

University of California Press published Wine Atlas of Germany by Dieter Braatz, Ulrich Sautter, and Ingo Swoboda in August 2014. Read more…

Understanding Mosel Wines

by Eric Steinberg

Editor’s note: Robert Dentice, who subscribes to my site, recommended Eric Steinberg’s Understanding Mosel Wines to members of Wine Berserkers. Read more…

An Ad for Moselwein

by Lars Carlberg

On May 6, Per Linder and I were at the Trier library, where we could look through the old German weekly Read more…

Cover: Moselwein

by Lars Carlberg

This is the original cover of Karl Heinrich Koch’s Moselwein, which was published circa in 1897 by Philipp von Zabern Read more…

Vintagewise

by Lars Carlberg

Thanks to Claude Kolm, who writes The Fine Wine Review, for pointing out to me André L. Simon’s Vintagewise (Michael Read more…

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Books on German Wine

by Lars Carlberg

John Ritchie of New York City says, I’m looking to expand my library of books on the topic of German 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…

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