- May 17, 2016
Mosel Wine: Light, Zappy, and Dry
- by Lars Carlberg
My article "Mosel Wine: Light, Zappy, and Dry" appears in issue no. 96 of The Art of Eating. I've tried to make the definitive exploration of the classic style. I take a deep look at the heyday of Mosel wine in the 1890s and what first made the wine famous. I carry through to the postwar fashion for sweet Mosel and today's multiple styles of Mosel Riesling. I also recommend some wine by producer and category.
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Cover: Johannes Weber of Hofgut Falkenstein. Photo by Nelson Fitch.