October 24, 2014 | News | Publications

Mosel Fine Wines Issue 26 (Oct 2014) is out!

The 80-page strong Issue covers Part II of the 2013 Vintage Report, a look-back at the 2015 auctions as well as a detailed explanation of the VDP vineyard classification.

2013 Mosel Vintage Report | Part II

The Issue contains part II of our extensive 2013 Vintage Report with 300 recommended wines from 50 different Estates including detailed "Estate reviews" from:

  • Hofgut Falkenstein
  • Fritz Haag
  • Reinhold Haart
  • Heymann-Löwenstein
  • Immich-Batterieberg
  • Peter Lauer
  • Dr. Loosen
  • Alfred Merkelbach
  • Markus Molitor
  • Egon Müller
  • "O."
  • Joh. Jos. Prüm
  • Max Ferd. Richter
  • Selbach-Oster
  • Günther Steinmetz
  • St. Urbans-Hof
  • Wwe Thanisch (Erben Thanisch)
  • Van Volxem
  • Vols

2013 confirms its early promise – lots of zest but also great freshness and precision!

2013 Auction Look-Back

As usual in the October Issue, you will also find a report on the Auctions and the resulting price levels with some surprising figures!

Mosel Perspective | The Road to a Vineyard Classification in Germany

We also provide a detailed Mosel Perspective on the “bumpy road to a vineyard classification in Germany”. The objective is to help German wine lovers grasp these increasingly important factors for German wines. The article also provides some background on the new wine labelling law effective in August and the recent announcement of the iconic Koehler-Ruprecht Estate leaving the VDP.

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