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Ranking the Mosel’s Best Producers

by Lars Carlberg

Which producers would you place at the top in the Mosel wine region? Gault&Millau Weinguide Deutschland 2017 has the following Read more…

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The Essence of Mosel Wine: What Made It Famous?

by Lars Carlberg

This piece originally appeared in The Art of Eating, under the main title “Mosel Wine: Light, Zappy, and Dry.” I’ve Read more…

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Mosel Riesling

by Lars Carlberg

There are many different styles of Mosel Riesling ranging from bone-dry to nobly sweet, and thus it’s hard to pin Read more…

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Some Favorites

by Lars Carlberg

Below is a list of some—but not all—of my favorites, so that subscribers have a quick overview of my leading Read more…

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An Overview of the Mosel Wine Region

by Lars Carlberg

Editor’s note: With the assistance of wine author Joachim Krieger, Dan Melia and I wrote an overview of the Mosel Read more…

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The Mosel: Taking the Long View

by Joachim Krieger

Editor’s note: After 2012, Mosel Wine Merchant ceased to exist. Dan Melia, who had decided to leave the wine trade Read more…

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What’s Your Favorite Mosel Wine Label?

by Lars Carlberg

Müller-Catoir is in the Pfalz. I know. Yet I’m fond of their label and overall look. The colors match. The Read more…

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Clotten’s 1868 Viticultural Map of the Saar and Mosel

by Lars Carlberg

In collaboration with the nearby Trier Public Library, I’m offering a second reprint of the first edition, printed in 1868, Read more…

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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…

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F u d e r

by Lars Carlberg

The traditional Mosel cask is the Fuder. It goes back to Roman times and holds 1,000 liters, more or less. Read more…