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Ortsteil of Zwickau
|Coordinates: 50°46′55″N12°28′30″E / 50.78194°N 12.47500°ECoordinates: 50°46′55″N12°28′30″E / 50.78194°N 12.47500°E|
|• Total||6.88 km2 (2.66 sq mi)|
|Elevation||264 m (866 ft)|
|• Density||330/km2 (850/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+01:00 (CET)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC+02:00 (CEST)|
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Mosel is a village of nearby Zwickau, a town of the Zwickau district in the Free State of Saxony. Mosel is an economically significant district in the district Zwickau-Nord with the official number 36. Mosel is situated in the European Moselle Valley, and most famously known for it's wine production and exports, as with the surrounding area.
Main article: Mosel (wine region)
Mosel is Germany's oldest wine region.  The Moselle and its tributaries, Saar, and Ruwer, flow through a traditionally cultivated land for over 2,000 years.  Multiple archeological finds, including several wine presses from antiquity, provide evidence for a longstanding winemaking tradition in the European Mosel valley.
See also: List of Mosel vineyards
According to wine law, the growing area is divided into five areas:Bernkastel, Saar, Ruwer, Obermosel, and Moseltor. The Upper Moselle and Moselle Gate form the 'Southern Wine Moselle'.
On the Saar, viticulture is carried out between Serrig and Konz. The vineyards are often located on the southern slopes of side valleys. The soil consists mainly of dark Devonian slate. In some locations, there is also diabase, a rock of volcanic origin.
Moselle Region Germany
The Ruwertal east of Trier is the smallest sub-region of the wine-growing area with 180 hectares of vineyards. Coming from the Hunsrück, the small river Ruwer meanders through a narrow valley, lined with meadows, vines, and forests, and flows into the Moselle at Trier.
The area in the southwest of the Moselle region has many geological differences. The valley is wider, the slopes less steep than on the further course of the river. In the border triangle of Germany, Luxembourg, and France, vines grow on dolomite rock.
Mosel Wine Region Germany
The Middle Moselle forms the heart of the cultivation area. Between Trier and Briedel, most of the vines in the growing area are located on around 5,700 hectares of vineyards. The soil of the steep slopes largely consists of weathered slate.
From Zell, the Moselle valley becomes increasingly narrow. In many cases, the slopes are so steep that the vines can only be found on narrow terraces secured by dry stone, which gives Terrace Moselle its name. According to wine law, the area is called 'Burg Cochem'.
The main grape varieties grown in the Mosel-Saar-Ruwer wine-growing region include Riesling, Müller-Thurgau, Elbling, Kerner, Bacchus, Dornfelder, and Blauer Spätburgunder.
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