The Moselle is Germany's oldest wine-growing region. Celts and Romans planted wine grapes here over 2,000 years ago. The steep mountain faces of the river valleys are covered in vines, which shape the region unlike almost any other wine-growing region in the world. In the area between Zell and Koblenz, the cliffs are often even so steep that the vines grow on thin, wall-reinforced terraces. The region is known for its excellent Riesling, incomparably fine, fruity white wines with an enormously deep flavour and typically a mineral note. In response to climate change, however, many other grape types are being grown (e.g. Pinot).
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