Carved out over millenia by the river that shares its name, the Mosel Valley is one of the most breathtaking appellations in the world. Steep, terraced vineyards line the valley walls and create some of the most versatile, age-worthy wines found anywhere. This German Riesling clearly illustrates what the region is famous for: stone-fruit flavors focused by exemplary acidity. Delicious on its own, this white will also make a sublime complement for a variety of dishes, from Thai curry to pork chops.
Recipe PairingsThai Shrimp on Lemongrass Skewers
In Germany, Pinot Noir is called Spätburgunder. Pinot Meunier is called Schwarzriesling, but some call it Miller's Burgundy for the little white hairs on the underside of the vine's leaves, which look like flour dust.