Donnhoff and Huber: two of Germany's truly great estates‏

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Dönnhoff and Huber: two of Germany's truly great estates. The former has won renown for its exceptionally fine white wines from the Nahe, the latter has improbably placed itself at the forefront of the world of Pinot Noir from its base in Baden.

Donnhoff Label Cornelius Dönnhoff is the present German Winemaker of the Year, as named by Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung newspaper. In crowning Cornelius, wine writer Stuart Pigott thus justified his decision: "To make a winery famous is a great job, but to take over a world-famous wine estate from his father and keep it at the highest level is much more difficult. And this is exactly what Cornelius Dönnhoff has achieved in an impressive way. His dry and sweet Riesling wines are among the best white wines in the world."

Huber Pinot Label The late Bernhard Huber of Baden in Germany was a "universal genius". So proclaimed Joel B. Payne, chief editor of the Gault Millau German Wine Guide. The Huber family wears the crown for Gault Millau's "Pinot Noir of the Year" for the 2012 Huber Hecklinger Schlossberg Pinot Noir Grosses Gewächs and also enjoys the top, 5-grape rating in the Eichelmann WeinGuide Deutschland. "Comprehensive tastings of his wines not only convinced me that he was an absolute leader in Germany, but that he was a serious contender in the whole world of Pinot Noir," wrote Michael Schmidt, the German specialist contributor for Jancis Robinson's Purple Pages. 

We are pleased to offer a terrific selection of wines from these top German Estates.

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Trimbach Hune Label
The Rare Clos St Hune
6 Bottles available
Clos St Hune is Alsace's most famous wine. It is produced from the Rosacker vineyard and despite the fact it could be label as Grand Cru Rosacker the Trimbach's prefer to continue with the Clos St Hune label.
We offer the newly released 2009.
David Schildknecht, Carrying 14% alcohol with negligible residual sugar, Trimbach's 2009 Riesling Clos Ste-Hune leads with high-toned pear, kirsch, and almost bitingly piquant holly berry distillates. Huckleberry, holly, and fruit pit bitterness are well woven into a tight-grained, seamless fabric of fresh white peach, with further chalky and alkaline accents. The finish is a veritable rolling block of mineral and fruit distillate, boasting energy and grip, if also a bit of heat. I suspect that the Frederic Emile will retain an edge in elegance over this, which I would drink on the early side for a Ste-Hune, say over the next 10-12 years. 91 Points

Very limited $299.95 a Bottle
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