“”Regarding the (MFW) reviews I think they nailed it pretty. Of course there are some “minor disagrements”. I wouldn’t had put the Elisenberg before the Sonnenuhr or the Fuder 4. For me their all on the same level in terms of quality. The major different is just the terroir. So its more a personal preference I would say. Same goes for the normal Juffer Kabinett and the Himmelreich Kabinett. 2019 was just perfect for classical Kabinett. Giving us perfect ripeness, at moderate sugar levels and a great fresh acidity. So in the end you just have to take the vineyards “uniquenesses” into account. The normal Juffer more powerful and more fruit, Himmelreich powerful and mineral drive, Sonnenuhr minerality, elegance and lightness, Fuder 4 fruit, and airy and the Elisenberg somewhere in between with the cooler Ruwer/Saar Fruit but more drive and juiceness than Sonnenuhr or Fuder 4.” – Constantin Richter
“The 2019er Wehlener Sonnenuhr Riesling Kabinett was made from fruit picked at 84° Oechsle in the area around the sundial and in the upper part of the vineyard, and was fermented down to fruity-styled levels of residual sugar (47 g/l). It offers a superb nose made of white peach, freshly cut apple, flowers, and smoky elements. The wine is incredibly subtle and playful on the palate, and leaves a superb feel of white flowers, pear, and apricot blossom in the light-footed and finely sizzled finish. A touch of beautifully integrated sweetness just underlines the greatness of this wine in the finish. This is text-book stuff! 2029-2049” 94 Mosel Fine Wines
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