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A 2016 Post-Harvest Report from Falkenstein

by Lars Carlberg

On November 4, we completed the harvest at Hofgut Falkenstein, and it looks to be a promising vintage. We picked Read more…

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How the Scharzhof Came into Private Hands in the Early 19th Century

by Franz Irsigler

A Success Story with a Bitter Aftertaste Editor’s note: The historian Franz Irsigler gave me permission to publish his text Read more…

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Tranchot Map

by Lars Carlberg

Between 1803 and 1813, Jean Joseph Tranchot and his team began to topographically map the Rhineland, including the Saar and Read more…

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Glyphosate Use in the Mosel Wine Region

by Lars Carlberg

In April, the European Parliament advised that the herbicide glyphosate “should only be approved for another seven years, rather than Read more…

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Little Valley

by Lars Carlberg

Konzer Tälchen (“the little valley of Konz”) stretches from the town of Konz to the village of Krettnach. The other Read more…

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The Other Mosel and Saar Map

by Lars Carlberg

As director for viticulture in the Rhine Province, Friedrich Wilhelm Koch (no relation to Karl Heinrich Koch) wrote a book Read more…

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The Rebirth of a Riesling Legend

by Roman Niewodniczanski

Editor’s note: The photograph on the right is the once famous Geisberg, which, along with Scharzhofberg and Bockstein (all three Read more…

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Eitelsbacher Karthäuserhofberg

by Lars Carlberg

After taking over the renowned Karthäuserhof estate from his father in 1986, the former owner Christoph Tyrell, a trained lawyer, Read more…

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Maximin Grünhäuser Herrenberg

by Lars Carlberg

Maximin Grünhäuser Herrenberg is one of three official vineyard sites owned by the von Schubert family. The other two are Read more…

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At the Foot of Maximin Grünhäuser Abtsberg

by Lars Carlberg

On Sunday, before noon, I took this photo with my iPhone at the foot of Maximin Grünhäuser Abtsberg. The von Read more…

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