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Bernhard Huber Spatburgunder Alte Reben 2014

Bernhard Huber Spatburgunder Alte Reben 2014

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Bernhard Huber Spatburgunder Alte Reben 2014
Price $600/ btl

Region:  Baden, Germany
Grape Varieties: 100%Pinot Noir
Alcohol: 14%

Tasting Note:
This Pinot comes from vinesof up to 40 years old. Huber harvests the Alte Reben at 37 hl/ha. The ferment contains 35 to 40% whole bunches, with some parcels from the Bienenberg vineyard also going into this. This wine is bottled unfiltered. It has complex, deep aromas of black cherry, dark chocolate and spice but also soft tannins, a frisky-elegant character with a fine echo. Food Pairing: Beef and Venison

Winery Story
Described by World of Fine Wine as "one of the most important wine producers in Germany of the past 20 years" Bernard Huber's small, family owned estate sits to the east of the famous Kaiserstuhl in the Baden village of Malterdingen. Famed for his world class Pinot Noir, it was a great loss to Germany’s winemaking fraternity when Bernard very sadly passed away in June 2014. Often described as the German Godfather of Pinot Noir, Bernard used to ascribe the fact his wines are often mistaken for Burgundy to the cool often wet Malterdingen weather and its limestone soils, very similar to those found in the Cote d'Or.
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