- a type of white wine produced in the valley of the Moselle River
- a similar wine made elsewhere
river in NE France & SW Germany, flowing north into the Rhine at Koblenz: c. 320 mi (515 km)
Ger. name Mo′sel
Origin of MoselleFrench from Classical Latin Mosella
A river rising in the Vosges Mountains of northeast France and flowing about 545 km (340 mi) north then northeast to the Rhine River in western Germany. The German valley of the river is noted for its castles and vineyards.
A light dry white wine produced in the valley of the Moselle River.