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 Mosel

Mosel

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Mosel
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The vineyards of the German wine-growing region are in the state Rhineland-Palatinate as well as to a lesser extent also in the state of Saarland. The extensive 8,976 hectares of vineyards are located along the Mosel from the headwaters in the Vosges at the border Luxembourg to its confluence with the Rhine at Koblenz and at the two tributaries Saar and Ruwer. These three rivers gave the growing area the old valid until autumn 2007 names Mosel-Saar-Ruwer. Lie on the upper Moselle the oldest vineyards Germany the Romans, operated here in the 1st century BC. BC. Viticulture and founded 15 v. Chr. The city Augusta Treve...
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