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Markus Huber 2011 Berg Erste Lage Reserve Grüner Veltliner (Traisental)

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A high altitude vineyard yields a cool feeling wine that’s very crisp and fragrant. Concentrated and full, it has great acidity, fruitiness and spice all blending together. This is a dense wine with singular intensity that needs time, so give it 3–5 years. Screwcap.  — R.V.  (9/1/2013)
93
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Markus Huber 2011 Engelreich Riesling (Traisental)

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From the single vineyard Engelreich—which translates to the angel’s kingdom—this is rich, with a concentration of perfumed fruit and intense layers of minerality. It has spice, kiwi and pink grapefruit flavors. This is a wine that needs to age for several years. Screwcap.  — R.V.  (7/1/2012)
93
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Markus Huber 2012 Eiswein Riesling (Niederösterreich)

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With such intense acidity over honey and lemon flavors, this is wine nectar. Peaches and mangos give the fruit character, while the concentrated berries just ooze sweetness. A wine that needs considerable aging over 5–7 years.  — R.V.  (9/1/2013)
93
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Markus Huber 2011 Alte Setzen Erste Lage Reserve Grüner Veltliner (Traisental)

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Pepper, spice and a rich texture are all elements of this concentrated wine. It has considerable depth to it, with hints of mineral and yeast, and peach and lemon flavors cutting through a dense palate. Give this impressive wine at least two years to develop. Screwcap.  — R.V.  (9/1/2013)
93
points

Markus Huber 2011 Berg Erste Lage Reserve Riesling (Traisental)

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This is a great Riesling, that’s full, fragrant and very rich. Its weight doesn’t take away from its fruitiness, lively acidity and crisp edge. It’s dense, concentrated and packed with white fruits. A wine like this needs to age, so give it 4–5 years. Screwcap.  — R.V.  (9/1/2013)
93
points

Markus Huber 2010 Berg Reserve Grüner Veltliner (Traisental)

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A powerful wine, a serious conversation between ripe fruits, spice, a smooth creamy texture and underlying minerality. With its edge of toast, pepper and final acidity, it is a wine for aging. Screwcap.  — R.V.  (10/1/2011)
93
points

Markus Huber 2009 Berg Reserve Grüner Veltliner (Traisental)

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A firm and closed wine, packed with quince, pear, spice held in a mineral structure. It is potentially rich, but is still closed, needing several months to broaden out in all its richness.  — R.V.  (12/1/2010)
93
points

Markus Huber 2009 Berg Reserve Riesling (Traisental)

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A beautiful wine that sings out with its delicious fruits and tight, mineral structure. It has a purity of line, citrus and apple flavors vying with spice. The wine finishes with high, vibrant acidity.  — R.V.  (12/1/2010)
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