It’s really splitting hairs when evaluating Huber’s 2007 R bottlings. This one comes across as slighty reduced, with some cabbage-like notes that require vigorous swirling to dissipate. Yet it remains complex, with black cherries and a slightly more muscular, tannic style than Huber’s other ’07s. Drink 2013–2020.
If you enjoy roasted beets, scorched coffee and caramelized black cherries, this is the Pinot Noir for you. It shows adequate weight and richness along with decent length on the finish.