Thanks for your notes on the two Falkenstein selections.
In fact, Falkenstein's parcel in Niedermenniger Sonnenberg has a stony gray slate soil. The 2013, which is still in Fuder, has fermented more towards dry and is impressive, too.
In the 19th century, Krettnacher Euchariusberg was a highly rated vineyard. It looks a little like Scharzhofberg, which is a much bigger hillside. Both sites have the same type of soil and exposition.
Like Egon Müller, Erich Weber has lots of ungrafted, old vines in his different vineyard plots and ages his Saar Rieslings in Fuder.
I should add, too, that Sonnenberg is next to Euchariusberg.
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