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Rating: 93 Pts Wine SpectatorSize:750ML
Region: Alsace Country:France
Varietals: Pinot Grigio, Muscat ABV:12%

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93 Pts Wine Spectator

"Off-dry, with layers of honeyed apricot, chamomile, candied lemon zest, almond cream, chai tea and spice that show hints of fragrant herbs, backed by vibrant acidity. The long, mouthwatering finish features ripe fruit, smoke and crystallized honey. Predominantly Pinot Gris. Drink now through 2022. 350 cases made." -AN Reviewed 12/30/2012

91 Pts David Schildknecht - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

"From a clay-rich, graphite-infused, site between Bergheim and Ribeauville dedicated to vines of the Pinot family, Deiss's 2007 Huebuhl leads with aromas of sage, mint, and catnip as if it were Muscat (and perhaps there is some inter-planted here), but on the palate emerge quince preserves and orange marmalade; liquid lily and gardenia perfume; and pure botrytis honey, all reinforced by a strong sense of sweetness, with the herbs reprising in liqueur like form in the long, soothing yet stimulating finish. I imagine this being a 12-15 year keeper, but you’ll have to wait the better part of that long if you want the sweetness to back off even a bit from a wine that is essentially vendange tardive. " Drink 2010-2025 Reviewed April 2010

91+ Pts Stephen Tanzer - Vinous Media

"(pinot gris and muscat) Full orange-gold. Pungent, high-toned aromas of orange, spices and medicinal herbs; conveys a strong botrytis character. A very sweet, energetic fruit bomb in the mouth, with brisk acidity giving grip to the rather exotic flavors of tangerine, apricot, yellow peach, botanical herbs and spices. Big and broad but not heavy. Finishes long, tactile and slightly phenolic, showing its pinot gris side today." -- Stephen Tanzer Reviewed 11/2008


"Terroir of Marls: At top of the small collar which separate Bergheim from Ribeauville, Huebuhl (literally, the precocious and wet place), mild depression and gently sloping towards the south, joining Gruenspiel to the west and Rotenberg to the east, enveloped by an almonds, zest, grilled, fat and acid structure deeply marked by lacustrine clays in the cold and windy autumn which generally associates the Noble Rot.

"Aging potential: 15 years. Can be served now, Decanted 1 hour before serving."

"Food pairing: Foie gras. Earthenware cooking pot (meat stew) of lamb in dried fruits. Sprinkled with parsley cheeses. Chocolate cake, log in the caramel, apricots pie and almonds, Tatin pie." - Winery Notes