Spicy and sappy, smoky cherry and plum with oak well in the background. Light to medium bodied, spicy and undergrowthy, with crunch of acidity and a fine dusting of tannin. A bit minerally and has precision, without being too strict. Finish is good too. Likely better with a couple of years on it too, though attractive now. 92 points, WineFront (2016).
…offers a clear, fresh and well-concentrated bouquet of red fruits and some stony flavours. This wine is medium-bodied, pretty intense and concentrated, but also fresh, pure and grippy. This is already an ambitious village wine. 89 points, The Wine Advocate.
These (2013) wines are pure, fresh and aromatic, and really vivacious and transparent on the palate. The Wine Advocate.
It has aromatics that remind of roses, potpourri and sour cherry. The palate has distinctive acidity, but holds its balance with lovely flavour and some tannic grip. A great buy. Rating: Good to Very Good. Drink now to 2020. Sean Mitchell, grapeobserver.com
You don’t see much German Pinot Noir around but the best vies with top red Burgundy… Over the past decade, few if any other producers in Germany have been able to match Huber’s consistency in making world-class Pinot Noir. Joel B. Payne, Vinous
‘…recognised as among Germany’s best.’