Mosel and Riesling Vineyards

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November 12, 2018

Sectors of the Winninger Uhlen have been given DPO / gU status

The Uhlen Blaufüsser Lay, Laubach and Roth Lay have been recognized as DPO / gU: A new era for German wine? >>>

July 11, 2018

Large Solely-Owned Ruwer Vineyard Changes Hands

The Waldracher Laurentiusberg is now tended by Karthäuserhof Estate, which, overall, is expanding its vineyard holdings >>>

April 24, 2018

Solely-Owned Mosel Vineyard Changes Hands

The Grosser Hengelberg is a little-known single-vineyard in Dhron. It is now solely-owned by Stefan Steinmetz >>>

December 18, 2017

Keller takes over Mosel vineyard

The mythical Klaus-Peter Keller Estate takes over a prime vineyard in the Mosel and will produce Mosel wine as of 2018. Here some background >>>

Jun 15, 2016

Steep Beauty of Mosel Vineyards

An ode to the scenic beauty of the steep hills of the Mosel and why the Ürziger Würzgarten should hold a particular place in our hearts. >>>

December 13, 2015

New growers in the Bernkasteler Doktor

Markus Molitor and Thomas Haag (Schloss Lieser) join the illustrious ranks of Bernkasteler Doktor growers >>>

November 20, 2015

Vineyard Revivals in the Mosel | A Region on the Rebound!

Enterprising wine growers revive whole sections of the valley. Read about this trend and heartening vineyard revival stories >>>

September 28, 2015

Trabener Zollturm | Another Great Vineyard Being Given New Life

Immich-Batterieberg took over several parcels in this historic vineyard including the one from the Klitzekleiner Ring as of 2016. >>>

September 14, 2015

Lambertskirch | Saar Revival by Weingut Peter Lauer

The Lambertskirch vineyard comes into production this year, here is the story and the first wine >>>

July 22, 2015

Vineyard Revival | Neumagener Sonnenuhr

This almost forgotten vineyard is back. Read the story with a remarkable twist >>>

May 17, 2015

The Gewann has arrived on German Wine Labels

The first wines using the new regulation allowing “Lieu-Dit” (Gewann) names on the labels are out. This means some changes in practice >>>

May 7, 2015

Geisberg - Revival of a Forgotten Saar Glory

Ever heard of Geisberg? Probably not. And yet this vineyard commanded the highest prices. Markus Molitor and Van Volxem are reviving it >>>

April 17, 2015

The tortuous slate of Erdener Prälat

Everything you ever wanted to know about the Erdener Prälat and its complex terroir >>>

April 14, 2015

Mosel tranquility in Senheim

A beautiful and very scenic film on the Mosel Valley around Senheim and a few facts on this part of the Mosel. >>>

February 16, 2015

Winter Rest on the Maximin Grünhäuser hill

Enjoy a gorgeous view on the mythical Abstberg and Herrenberg vineyards >>>

January 24, 2015

Breathtaking views of the Brauneberger hill

Enjoy a flight over the Brauneberger Juffer and Juffer-Sonnenuhr >>>

January 17, 2015

Changes at the Studert-Prüm Estate

Dr Loosen takes over part of the vineyards and young Michael Studert plans a "back to the Studert roots" return >>>

January 7, 2015

Curiosities resulting from the new wine labelling law

Further Gewann names have been registered and led to some curious situations! >>>

November 4, 2014

Change of wine labelling law in Rheingau

The "Gewann Name" (Lieu-Dit) is now also allowed in the Rheingau >>>

October 7, 2014

Winemaking in the upper Saar – A first since the early 1900s

A fascinating new project destined to revive a long lost history of winemaking in the Upper Saar >>>

September 14, 2014

The latest pest now also in the Mosel

KEH or a pest which wine lovers may hear their favorite winemakers complain about more frequently often in the coming years >>>

September 12, 2014

Update on new wine labelling law

Expect some Gewann names on the label as of 2014! >>>

September 8, 2014

Clearing a vineyard in the Mosel today - still hard labor

What has changed when clearing a vineyard today vs. the 1900s? Not much in the steep hills of the Mosel >>>

September 7, 2014

Sun over the Trarbarcher Ungsberg

A beautiful picture of a century old vineyard >>>