Meurthe and Moselle tasting notes
12 Apr 2010 by Michael Schmidt
My tasting notes below on wines currently produced in the once-important region described in The Forgotten Moselle are grouped by region, first Moselle then Côtes de Toul.  MOSELLE   Stromberg, Müller-Thurgau 2008 Moselle   15.5 Drink 2010   Gentle fruit on the nose, apples and grapes; clean and fresh with high acidity, bone dry, herbal finish. 12% (MS)   Claude Sontag, Pinot Gris Hemerling 2008 Moselle   15 Drink 2010   Gentle minerality on the nose, wet stones. On the palate quite soft with a pithy aroma. Clean, fresh and simple. 12% (MS)  ...

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