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Bernhard Huber





Grape Type:

Pinot Noir

Wildenstein, Spatburgunder, Reserve, 2016

Tasting Note:

As is so often the case so soon after bottling, Wildenstein requires a little coaxing out of its shell, but with air a brooding, foraged dark berry quality emerges, along with a ferrous, sweet earth notes, cool spice and firm stones. On the palate this has so much concentration and momentum that any initial reticence is quickly forgotten about. Salty, intense, driving, but not heavy, it will certainly need time, but has an amazing vitality and tension about it. Layered and virile, with complex fruit, powerful minerality and great precision of flavours. Those prepared to wait can expect brilliant things in a decade’s time.

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