Examples from the Web for moselle
Strong columns also advanced along the right bank of the Moselle, but nowhere attempted a serious attack.
Those who have never tried can have no idea of the zest which a small proportion of moselle lends to a claret cup.Cakes & Ale|Edward Spencer
He didnt even enthuse when he took a sip of Moselle that matched the Malasol and had more bouquet than the flowers.Nothing But the Truth|Frederic S. Isham
If this be true, judging by my own experience, vinegar is converted into wines of the Moselle.A Residence in France|J. Fenimore Cooper
Mzires stands on a mountain-spur which is surrounded on three sides by the Moselle, but it is hemmed by a ring of heights.
British Dictionary definitions for moselle
Word Origin and History for moselle
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.