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How to serve Rhine and Moselle wines.

Charles Hasslacher

How to serve Rhine and Moselle wines.

by Charles Hasslacher

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Published by Deinhard & Co in [London] .
Written in English


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Trip Overview. Discover the idyllic scenery along the banks of the Rhine and Moselle Rivers on this five-night holiday by rail. Head to Koblenz first and enjoy a day trip on the Rhine, visiting historic Rudesheim before continuing to Luxembourg along the Moselle with a stop in the ancient city of Trier. Rhine wine synonyms, Rhine wine pronunciation, Rhine wine translation, English dictionary definition of Rhine wine. n. 1. Any of several dry white wines produced in the Rhine Valley. Also called Rhenish.

  Our morning balcony view on the Rhine Cruising through the Upper Middle Rhine Valley. We all spent a relaxing morning cruising through the area known as the Upper Middle Rhine Valley, known for having some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. The floor-to-ceiling windows in Viking Bragi’s dining room ensured that no one would miss out, but most of our fellow passengers chose . Day 3 (Fri, ): Kehl > Strasbourg. Freechoice: Visit Strasbourg, the capital city of the Alsace region in northeastern France, where you’ll discover La Petite France, the unique historic quarter, and stroll through the Old Town with its half-timbered houses and distinctive Alsatian winstubs. Alternatively, journey to Mittelbergheim in the Alsace and sample some of the best wines Phone: ()

Scenic Gems of the Rhine & Moselle Meet Brabant in Cologne and sail the Rhine to Königswinter, gateway to historic Hotel Petersberg and Schloss Drachenburg, then uncover the best of the Moselle. There are visits to Cochem to explore the city’s historic heart and take in Reichsburg Castle, and Bernkastel-Kues, with its half-timbered houses. The Mosel wine region surrounds much of the Moselle, and is an area famous for producing some very high quality wines. If you fancy yourself as a bit of a connoisseur, then there are few places better to visit. Visit the little cafes and restaurants that serve local wines, or book a tour through one of the many vineyards in the area.


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How to serve Rhine and Moselle wines by Charles Hasslacher Download PDF EPUB FB2

Choose wines with skill from the Mosel Valley and learn why this region has been considered the best place for Riesling in the world. The Mosel River weaves dramatically through the Eifel mountains. The Mosel (aka Moselle) River begins in France and flows into Germany where it twists sharply for miles ( km) and deposits into the Rhine on.

Sail through the dramatic Rhine Gorge, considered the most beautiful view of the Rhine River, and see ancient castles standing majestically on cliffs feet above the water.

Visit Koblenz, strategically located at the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle Rivers, before coming to the charming wine village of Bernkastel. Here, you’ll go on a. German wine is primarily produced in the west of Germany, along the river Rhine and its tributaries, with the oldest plantations going back to the Roman era.

Approximately 60 percent of German wine production is from the federal state of Rhineland-Palatinate, where 6 of the 13 regions (Anbaugebiete) for quality wine are y has abouthectares (, acres or 1, square.

France. In France, in Lorraine around the city of Metz, about hectoliters of wine annually is produced as AOC wines together with Côtes de Toul make up the hectares of "wines of the east" (vins de l'Est). The most commonly grown grape varieties are Auxerrois Blanc and Müller-Thurgau, and the other allowed varieties are Gamay, Gewürztraminer, Meunier, Pinot noir, Pinot.

The How to serve Rhine and Moselle wines. book, Saar and Ruwer rivers twist and turn in narrow loops through countryside where the Celts and Romans first cultivated wine 2, years ago. As a wine region, the Moselle is the oldest in Germany and the largest with vines on steep slopes.

Terraced hillsides and precipitous slopes, which face either south or south-west, create beneficial microclimates for wine grapes but also rare. Moselle is an appellation covering white, red and rosé wines from an area in the administrative department of Moselle in northeastern France.

The vineyard zone covers land on both sides of the Mosel River (known locally as the Moselle), before it flows north to form the heart of Germany's famed Mosel wine region. Moselle wines are most often light, aromatic whites with crisp. Here, you’ll go on a guided walk through the delightful marketplace and see the renaissance-era Town Hall and taste some of the famed Moselle wines.

Sail through the dramatic Rhine Gorge, considered the most beautiful view of the Rhine River, and see ancient castles standing majestically on cliffs feet above the water.

Visit the charming. Situated on the Rhine River in the centre of the Rhine-Rhur region, charming Cologne is the beating heart of the beautiful Rhineland. Originally founded over 2, years ago by the Ubii tribe, Cologne was once the largest city in the Holy Roman Empire and served as a major trade route throughout the Middle Ages.

If you’ve a penchant for fine wines you’re sure to adore the charming city of Rudesheim. Situated at the foot of gorgeous, lush-green Taunus Mountains in the southern region of Germany’s UNESCO-listed Rhine Valley, Rudesheim is surrounded by huge vineyards and considered the centre of the Rhine’s world-renowned wine industry.

Avalon Waterways offers an eight-day Canals, Vineyards and Castles cruise on the Rhine and Moselle from Remich to Amsterdam. From £2,pp including flights. If you stick with the left Rhine bank the whole route from Strasbourg to Koblenz will lead you through various wine-growing landscapes and you'll pass through five different wine regions.

Strasbourg - Northern Alsace - Palatine/German Wine Road - Rheinhessen - Nahe valley - Middle Rhine. You can make that six wine regions if you begin in Baden at the foot of the Black Forest, seven if you hop. Snooth Newsletters.

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Deals: We're on the look-out for great wine deals and when we see them, we'll send you an email. The Rhine & Moselle (Northbound) Embark on this exciting river cruise in Basel, Switzerland, and explore everything the Moselle and Rhine Rivers have to offer as you stop at interesting and unique cities in France and Germany—and end in lively Amsterdam, Holland.

The Mosel can be divided into the Lower Mosel, the Middle Mosel, and the Saar and Ruwer. The Lower Mosel has the most unforgivingly sloping vineyards and the greatest percentage of Riesling vines.

Here, blue Devonian slate, red slate, and quartzite give the wines their distinctive minerality. The Middle Mosel has the greatest number of top. Mosel is one of 13 German wine regions (Weinbaugebiete) for quality wines (Qualitätswein, formerly QbA and Prädikatswein), and takes its name from the Mosel River (French: Moselle.

Luxembourgish: Musel.).Before 1 August the region was called Mosel-Saar-Ruwer, but changed to a name that was considered more consumer-friendly.

The wine region is Germany's third largest in terms of. Wines of the era included " Champagne and Moselle, wines that could be served chilled" and "According to a White Star Line Wine List for first class passengers, included on a trip were ten different Champagnes, along with Sauternes, Moselle, Claret, Port, Sherry, Burgundy, and Vermouth." Downton Abbey.

Carson Counts The Wine. Embark on this exciting river cruise in Basel, Switzerland, and explore everything the Moselle and Rhine Rivers have to offer as you stop at interesting and unique cities in France and Germany—and end in lively Amsterdam, Holland.

At the foot of Kaiserstuhl Mountain on the French-German border sits Breisach—known to be the gateway to Germany’s famous Black Forest, an area of unrivaled. The Rhine and Moselle river cruises are especially wonderful for those planning their first Europe river cruise vacation. If you’re into extraordinary landscapes (such as the remarkable Black Forest region) that astound even the most experienced photographers, enjoy fine wines and wonderful food, a Rhine or a Rhine & Moselle river cruise.

Rhine wine refers to dry white wines produced along the Rhine valley in Germany. Also, it is important to note that based on the US law, any white wine with an alcohol level lower than 14 percent is also considered Rhine wine.

The name is derived from wine produced in the winemaking areas along the banks of its namesake river, the Rhine River. I've culled 7 wines from the Mosel's hippest growers in range of styles, from sparkling to dry to fruity (that's how Germans refer to their off-dry wines) to rosé and even er these the.

The family exclusively produces Riesling on their hectares of land which are characterised by a perfect balance between acidity and structure.

The critically-acclaimed wines are being distributed all over the world. If you would like to taste the wine on-site, be sure to book an appointment : Marion Kutter.AmaWaterways™ Rhine & Moselle Delights Wine Cruise - Embark from Luxembourg for 7 nights aboard the luxurious AmaDante, sailing the Rhine and Moselle rivers through Switzerland, France, Germany and The Netherlands.

Optional pre/post extensions available. See .River Cruise Itinerary. So many delights await you along the enchanting Moselle and Rhine featuring a night cruise between Basel and Amsterdam aboard ms Inspire or ms the Netherlands to Switzerland, through Germany, France and Luxembourg, see the marriage of French and German culture in Strasbourg; mingle with jet setters in Baden-Baden; check out the ancient university town of Phone: ()