Mosel

The Mosel wine region, one of 13 German wine region and known as the Mosel-Saar-Ruwer region before 2008, takes its name from the Moselle River (German: Mosel).
Similar to Austria's Wachau valley, the Mosel enjoys highest prestige amongst Germany's wine regions, due to unique Mosel terroir of slate soils and the world's steepest vineyards with inclines reaching 65 degrees.

Here in the most northern wine regions of Europe the continental climate of the Mosel region produces lighter wines with often flowery character and pronounced minerality.

Slate conveniently drains ample rainfalls while retaining the little heat that the Mosel sees.

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