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2021 Pinot Noir Classic, Famille Hugel, Alsace

Tasting Notes

"A ripe soft Pinot Noir with lovely flavour that builds beautifully on the palate. Best to give this wine 30 minutes to open up to see it at its best."

Vineyard Information

Famille Hugel owns an estate of 30 hectares around the historic and picturesque town of Riquewihr in the heart of Alsace. More than half of these vineyards are classified as Grand Cru: the Schoenenbourg, known for its Riesling, and the Sporen for its Gewurztraminer. Hugel also purchase grapes from a further 100 hectares farmed by partner growers who have the same clay and limestone dominated terroirs. All grapes are, and always have been, picked by hand.

Alsace is the second driest wine region in France and has a unique climate that allows the grapes to ripen slowly, thanks to regular 'Indian Summer's'. This produces dry, well-balanced wines with great finesse, as such, they make a perfect match for most Western and Asian cuisine.

As one of Alsace’s ancient wine producing families, Famille Hugel have been instrumental in shaping the laws that govern the production of the region’s wines. They drafted the legislation governing the production of late-harvest Alsace wines – the Vendange Tardive and Sélection de Grains Nobles - and they were also responsible for reviving ‘Gentil’, a traditional blend of Alsace noble grapes.

£21.00 per bottle
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RegionAlsace Red
Drink from2024
Drink to2026
EthicEveryday drinking, Special occasion