Germany’s Mosel Valley is the birthplace of some of the world’s finest Rieslings. The steep, breathtakingly beautiful vineyards have been the defining feature of the Middel Mosel’s landscape, culture and heritage for more than 2,000 years. The planned road, named the B50 neu, will emerge from a tunnel through the side of the famous 220;rziger W252;rzgarten wine mountain, cross the Mosel river via a gigantic concrete bridge and continue directly along the top of the vineyards of Zeltingen-Rachtig, Wehlen, Graach and Bernkastel, with an additional slip road passing close by the village of Erden. Some of the foremost Riesling winemakers are appealing for help in a last-ditch attempt to alert German politicians to what they believe to be an extreme mistake and the destruction of a treasure of world cultural heritage. Have a look at all the links below, invite your fellow Riesling and German wine lowers to join in the fight. http://www.

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