About Mosel Fine Wines

An Independent Publication on (and Beyond) Mosel Riesling since 2008!

Mosel Fine Wines is the brainchild of Jean Fisch and David Rayer, two wine lovers with a sweet spot for Mosel and Riesling in general (among a whole range of other wine interests including Burgundy, Champagne, Loire, etc. - the list would be too long to publish completely here!).

In October 2008, they took on the mad idea to launch a publication on Mosel Riesling, capitalizing on the regular visits both were paying to the Mosel anyway (both live near the region).

Both pursue professional careers outside of the wine business which makes their advise completely independent from any commercial considerations.

While the focus is Mosel Riesling, Mosel Fine Wines also regularly includes reports from other parts of Germany or Riesling in general, in particular in the context of its detailed 10-Years-After and 20-Years-After retrospectives published annually.

Quarterly Issues on Vintages, Estates and Wines at Maturity

(click on the images to see some sample)

The aim of the publication is to provide the wine lover with the tools and the guidance to understand and enjoy the beauty of Mosel Riesling. Mosel Fine Wines Issues therefore cover:

A Database with over 7,500 Tasting Notes Integrated into CellarTracker

In addition, subscribers to both Mosel Fine Wines and CellarTracker benefit from a database access to all tasting notes of Mosel Fine Wines. More information can be found on the database page here.

Distributed Online via a Free of Charge Subscription

Mosel Fine Wines appears on a quarterly basis and is distributed as a pdf document via email to subscribers. Subscription is completely free of charge.

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Contact information

General

info (at) moselfinewines.com

Direct

jean.fisch (at) moselfinewines.com

david.rayer (at) moselfinewines.com