The better (by just a whisker) of Huber's 2011 Pinot Noirs, the Bienenberg is distinctly fragrant of cherry blossoms and rose. Tart red cherry and cranberry flavors are streaked with saltwater and stone, finishing on a lingering mineral tone. It's bold, yet elegantly structured.
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