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Stein’s Himmelreich

by Lars Carlberg

In the winter of 2009, Ulli Stein purchased and leased an additional 0.25 hectares in St. Aldegunder Himmelreich, and thus Read more…

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The Scharzhofberg in Luxembourg?

by Lars Carlberg

At Antiquariat Peter Fritzen in Trier, I came across a 1777 map from Comte de Ferraris that shows an enclave of Read more…

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Clotten’s 1868 Viticultural Map of the Saar and Mosel (Second Edition)

by Lars Carlberg

On August 26, the wine critic David Schildknecht and I visited Van Volxem to taste Roman Niewodniczanski’s 2013s. As we entered Read more…

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Im untersten Berg

by Lars Carlberg

On the cadastral map of Ayl, I’ve copied a small section showing the original Ayler Kupp, which includes the old Read more…

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Bremmer Calmont

by Lars Carlberg

In 2008, Ulli Stein, Tobias Hannemann, Sebastian Graeber, and I hiked up Bremmer Calmont, one of the steepest vineyards in Read more…

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Bergrettung Table

by Lars Carlberg

Below is a table of official single vineyards with a comparison of the rankings from the Prussian tax maps of Read more…

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Otto Beck’s Best Sites

by Lars Carlberg

Der Weinbau an der Mosel und Saar (Viticulture on the Mosel and Saar, 1869) by Otto Beck accompanied the Saar Read more…

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Bergretter (Addendum)

by Lars Carlberg

In my book review of Wine Atlas of Germany by Braatz et al., I list some of the underrated Mosel Read more…

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A Brief History of the Classification of Mosel Wines

by Lars Carlberg

In the Trierische Chronik from March 1, 1905, the author J.P. Hegner writes in his article titled “Die Klassifikation der Read more…

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Scharzhofberger Honey

by Lars Carlberg

On a recent visit to Egon Müller, I purchased a few jars of Scharzhofberger honey from Egon Müller, Jr. The Read more…

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