Weingut Bernhard Huber
Over 700 years ago, Cistercian monks brought Pinot Noir to Malterdingen. The monks' estate, called "curia", was located in the Mönchhofmatten district.
The Huber winery is located there today. In Malterdingen, the monks encountered the same terroir, the "shell limestone weathered soil", as in Burgundy. And they brought the high school of wine with them. In various wine encyclopedias, the terms “Pinot Noir” and “Malterdinger” are synonymous with Pinot Noir.
The 28 hectare estate is located in Malterdingen in Baden and the winegrowing area "Breisgau" in the south-west of Germany , put the focus on Spätburgunder (70%) and Chardonnay (20%).
The differences in our shell limestone soils, the age of the vines, high plant density, healthy grapes, maturity in terms of taste and the careful elaboration of the typicalities of the vineyards as well as the respectful working with nature are important quality parameters for us.