St Huberts was originally founded in 1862 by winemaking pioneer and Swiss immigrant Charles Hubert de Castella, who helped position the region as a premium wine producing area. Huberts has a long history of producing outstanding Cabernet Sauvignon and today continues to be lauded for its portfolio of cool climate wines which also include Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Roussanne.
Sourced from a range of premium Victorian wine regions including the Upper Goulburn Valley and Mornington Peninsular.
This Pinot Noir has earthy aromas of forest floor and roast beetroot, over a core of cherry Pinot fruit. Hints of red fruits are evident, as are graphite and green olives. These are all nicely framed by spicy French oak. The wine is light to medium bodied, supple and textured, with red berry fruits on from the nose.
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