From St. Mihiel the line crosses the river to the right bank, and then proceeds eastwards to the river Moselle.
The town occupies a tongue of land at the junction of the Moselle with the Rhine.
The Moselle wines are lighter and more acid than those of the Rhine.
"This Moselle is very thin," observed the judge, shaking his head.
On the 19th of August, four months after war had been declared, the allies entered France by the line of the Moselle.
Mr. Beldheimer was a large wine grower on the banks of the Moselle.
The French army of Moselle, beaten at the frontiers, fell back on Metz.
Then, addressing the curious cook, she asked: “How about lunch, Moselle?”
The mountains, towers, and towns were watching as she slept over the glorious beauty of our Fairy Queen Moselle.
Moselle can hear every word we say if we call to each other from room to room.
river in Western Europe, Latin Mosella, literally "Little Meuse," in reference to the longer River Meuse (Latin Mosa), into which it flows. From 1680s as "wine from the valley of the river Moselle.