Mosel-Saar-Ruwer

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Mosel-Saar-Ruwer is a German wine-growing-region in the valleys of the rivers Moselle, Saar and Ruwer near Koblenz and Trier, Rhineland-Palatinate. It is famous for its wines of Riesling, Elbling and Müller-Thurgau grapes.

A steep vineyard overlooking the Moselle River

There are the following six sub-regions with 19 large vineyards:

  • Region Cochem / Untermosel
    • Weinhex
    • Goldbäumchen
    • Rosenhang
    • Grafschaft
    • Schwarze Katz (Zell)
  • Region Bernkastel / Mittelmosel
    • Vom heißen Stein (Reil)
    • Schwarzlay
    • Nacktarsch (Kröv)
    • Münzlay
    • Badstube (Bernkastel)
    • Beerenlay
    • Kurfürstlay
    • Michelsberg
    • St. Michael
    • Probstberg
    • Römerlay
  • Region Obermosel
    • Königsberg
    • Gipfel
  • Region Moseltor
    • Schloß Bübinger (Perl)

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