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Half the Truth, Three Sides to It

by Håvard Flatland

Markus Molitor has within a relatively short time become a big player in the Mosel Valley. From modest beginnings in Read more…

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The Real Mosel Winegrowers

by Lars Carlberg

Winegrower (Winzer, in German) is a different category from estate owner (Gutsbesitzer). The latter often pose on social media and Read more…

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FIO Mosel Riesling 2014

by Lars Carlberg

Not too long ago, I tasted a 2014 Mosel Riesling from FIO. It’s a light, dry wine from Piesport made Read more…

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A 2017 Kabinett Tasting at Schloss Monaise

by Lars Carlberg

On October 28, 2018, the Luxembourg wine importer Alphonse Leweck and the German chef Hubie Scheid hosted a 2017 Kabinett Read more…

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BerlinKabinettCup 2017

by Lars Carlberg

Below is the ranking from the BerlinKabinettCup 2017. Olivier Schnurr, who partook in the tasting, wanted to write an article Read more…

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A Selection of 2018 Saar Rieslings from Hofgut Falkenstein

by Lars Carlberg

The Weber family farms about 9 hectares of mainly old Riesling vines (over 1 hectare ungrafted!) in a side valley Read more…

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A Preview of Willi Schaefer’s 2017s

by Lars Carlberg

As Andrea Schaefer explained in her 2017 vintage report, they had only half of a normal crop and produced just Read more…

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Willi Schaefer’s 2017 Vintage Report

by Andrea Schaefer

Editor’s note: Andrea Schaefer of Weingut Willi Schaefer, a top 4.2-ha estate in Graach/Mosel, wrote this 2017 vintage report. Last Read more…

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Schloss Lieser 2016 SL Helden Spätlese Trocken

by Lars Carlberg

Last week, I bought a bottle of Schloss Lieser’s 2016 SL Helden Riesling Spätlese trocken at a local shop that Read more…

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A Selection of 2017 Saar Rieslings from Hofgut Falkenstein

by Lars Carlberg

The Weber family farms about 8 hectares of mainly old Riesling vines—over 1 hectare ungrafted—in a side valley of the Read more…

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