The Mosel River is the sinuous spine of the Mosel region. Together with its two small tributaries, the Saar and the Ruwer, the Mosel composes one geographical entity. Although each river's vineyard area produces a wine with its own distinctive personality, the three share a family resemblance: a fragrance reminiscent of spring blossoms, a pale colour, light body and a refreshing, fruity acidity.
Eitelsbacher Riesling Spatlese 2015 100% Riesling Fantastic richness for such a low (8.5%) alcohol wine. Restrained but with close-knit texture and long finish. A delicious medium-sweet wine with great purity and freshness...
Max Ferdinand Richter Mülheimer ‘Zeppelin’ Riesling, Mosel, Germany 2020
100% Riesling fermented in temperature-controlled old oak barrels (Fuder) with natural yeast.
A nose of apple, citrus and slate stone. Clean and...
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