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During the summer months the weather is warm but rarely hot with July's average temperatures around 64 F (18 C).Mosel River french : Moselle.An obscure local poet once described them as 'Sonnenfeuer, Sternengold, Kühlen Mondlichtschein' - The fire of the Sun, the gold of the stars, and cool moonlight.The area is known for the steep slopes of the region's vineyards overlooking the river.Payne,., Gault und Millau WeinGuide Deutschland 2015 ; Munich: Christian Verlag, isbn,.District Burg Cochem / more commonly known as Untermosel or Terrassenmosel The Cochem district is home to some of the steepest rabatt kupong cdon vineyards in apollo rabattkod ica the Mosel planted on soil composed of blue devonian slate, red slate and quartzite.The Middle Mosel begins at the village of Zell and extends south to just north of the village of Schweich.However, the wine's high price kept the wines mostly in the hands of the Royal court and English nobility rather than hvordan vinner lotto replacing claret in the village taverns.Elbling, Müller-Thurgau, and Auxerrois Blanc are some of the region largest plantings.Sparkling wine production is growing in this area.
Its most common vineyard soil is derived in the main from various kinds of slate deposits, which tend to give the wines a transparent, mineralic aspect, that often exhibit great depth of flavor.This district produces a higher proportion of dry wines than the rest of the region.Since these vineyards receive the most exposure to the sun, many of the wines produced from these vineyards are richer and more full-bodied than wine produced from other vineyards.Robinson The World Atlas of Wine pg 216-223 Mitchell Beazley Publishing 2005 isbn Wein-Plus Glossar: Mosel, accessed on January 22, 2013 Landwirtschaftliche Bodennutzung - Rebflächen - Fachserie 3 Reihe.1.12 Towards the end of the 17th century, the Mosel began to be identified more with wine made from the Riesling grape.One of the most notable vineyards in this area is known as Doctorberg, and its wines as Bernkasteler Doctor.The rise of the House of Hanover in Great Britain saw a period of increase exportation of "moselle wine" to England.Maximin's Abbey in Trier owned 74 vineyards and by 1695 had over 100,000 Riesling vines.