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Bernhard Huber cultivates the 26 hectares of the family vineyards, with varieties of mainly Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, but also a small amount of Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris.
After a cool, rainy spring and a delayed sprouting of the vines, the weather was quite changeable until June. July and August were marked by continuous fine weather phases in which the vines developed wonderfully. Thanks to the persistently sunny weather, we started the harvest on the 12th of September. The late summer autumn days with cool nights brought the grapes both maturity and freshness. Overall, it was a very labor-intensive year for the winegrowers with a happy ending. Both, the “Weißer Burgunder” and “Spätburgunder” are currently showing a precise elegance, a fine fruit, a distinct and pleasant acidity, and a lot of juice.
Malterdinger Bienenberg, shell- chalky soil, southeast to southwest exposure, steepsloped vineyards with 20% gradient
aged in barrique casks