Huber 2005 Hecklinger Schlossberg R Trocken Spätburgunder (Baden)

Of the various Huber Pinot Noirs, this is the one most in need of 2–3 years of cellaring. Some pungent cabbage and cedar aromas should be better integrated by then, and the firm tannins now evident on the finish should also be at least partially resolved. Right now, there's a hint of silkiness and some nice plum and sous-bois notes that should only improve over the short term. Joe Czerwinski

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  • Alcohol
    13.5%
  • Bottle Size
    750 ml
  • Category
    Red
  • Importer
    Valckenberg International, Inc
  • Date Published
    3/1/2009
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