Winemaking in Germany's Mosel and Saar Valleys
by Paul Cunningham
About the Book
Visit, in words and pictures, Germany's fascinating Mosel valley, a seat of great winemaking since before the time of the Romans.
Includes more than 45 photographs taken during the 2010 grape harvest season in the vineyards and cellars of some of the Mosel's great winemakers, including Clemens Busch, Peter Lauer, and Selbach-Oster.
Hardcover version includes upgraded premium luster paper.
This book is 10×8 inches (25×20 centimeters).
Features & Details
- Category Travel
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date May 20, 2011
- Tags white wine, Selbach, Lauer, Busch, Zeltingen, Ayl, Bernkastel, Saar, viticulture, travel, Rhine, Mosel, terroir, slate, Riesling, grapes, winemaking, Germany, wine, harvest, autumn, fall, Herbst, Wein, Deutschland, Ernte, Lese, Reisen, Rhein, Weinbau, Weisswein, Weintrauben, Auslese, Spaetlese, Kabinett
Paul Cunningham is an avid traveler and photographer living in the Portland Oregon area. "For me, photography is about sharing the wonder of the world we live in. Whether a photo triggers a memory, or hints at an unexplored destination, I'm trying to capture and preserve a sense of discovery." Follow me on Facebook at www.facebook.com/verycunning and Twitter @veryCunning.