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Huber Pinot Noir 2013

Huber Pinot Noir 2013

Huber's Baden Pinot Noir is the winery's regional wine and comes from young vines between six and 12 years old.

Even for this entry-level wine the winery does extensive conducts harvesting in to reduce the crop to approximately 65 hl/ha - lower yields, better wine.

It spends 25 days in stainless steel with 15 to 20% whole bunches, then a year or so in 2nd and 3rd use oak.

Type Red Wine
Varietal(s) Pinot Noir
Country Germany
Region Baden
Brand Huber
Vintage 2013

The Wine Front – Black cherries, almost grassy dried herb perfume and bunchy spice with a dab of creamy oak. Medium bodied, with a distinct, though hard to put into words, minerally feel – shale or slate or similar – to taste and texture, crunchy bright acidity, a tangy juicy herbal finish of good length, and a clear sense of definition throughout. Engaging and great to drink.


James Halliday – Bright colour, not especially deep; crystal clear varietal character foretells a pure pinot, with a linear mouthfeel to its dark cherry fruit until a savoury twist on the finish adds another dimension and length.

Buy 12 or more wines in a straight or mixed case for a 5% discount. And, freight is FREE on purchases over $250.

In a mixed or straight case: $43.69


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