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Schloss Saarstein is located on a steep slope hill of grey slate, surrounded by the 11 hectares vineyard sites, overlooking the Saar River. The estate owner Christian Ebert takes care of cellar and vineyard all by himself. His wines take profit from the cool microclimate on the Saar and sustainable farming methods.
Grapes in the Mosel looked picture-perfect at harvest! Volume estimates were satisfying, especially as there had been roughly a third less the previous year. As in the other regions, vine development was well ahead of the average and picking started as early as August for the early-ripening varieties and mid-September for Riesling. The rain in September, thanks to the cool nights did not lead to rot, increased the yield and contributed to the remarkable harvest volumes.
Serriger Schloss Saarstein; healthy grapes that grow on grey shale; Saar river shapes the microclimate of the vineyards; deep rooted vines have been planted in 1943 on extreme steep slopes, very low yield to get a more concentrated aroma
selective hand picking in the vineyards, due to the extreme location