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Clos Ste. Hune Alsace Riesling

9.617 ratings
9.79 pro ratings
Alsace, France
Riesling
Top Notes For
Mike Saviage

Medium gold color. Heavy in the glass with a huge perfumed nose. Notes of apricot, petrol, orange peel. Great balance with lots of acidity to match the rich fruit. Great wine. Still on the upslope.

Medium gold color. Heavy in the glass with a huge perfumed nose. Notes of apricot, petrol, orange peel. Great balance with lots of acidity to match the rich fruit. Great wine. Still on the upslope.

Jun 4th, 2017
Corey Zamora, CSW

Graceful, elegant and powerful at the same time. Incredibly long complex finish.

Graceful, elegant and powerful at the same time. Incredibly long complex finish.

Aug 14th, 2015
Kurt-Inge Eklund

As good as it gets... Still fresh and lively!

As good as it gets... Still fresh and lively!

Mar 21st, 2015
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Sadly, white wine is so often relegated to the role of opening act. I wanted to finish with a great still white with bottle age. It could have been white Burgundy or German Riesling, but ultimately I went with an older vintage of Clos Ste. Hune, a wine I completely adore. I have been fortunate to taste Clos Ste. Hune back to the mid-1960s and simply love the way it ages.

The 1990 Clos Ste. Hune is deep in color and overall intensity, with tons of textural richness and pure concentration. An exotic mélange of honey, chamomile, mango, hazelnut, wild flowers and candied orange peel opens up effortlessly in the glass. Even with all of its opulence and richness, the 1990 retains terrific freshness as well as energy. On this night it is simply magical, and a great way to wrap up a truly unforgettable evening. (Antonio Galloni, Vinous, May 2018)

Sadly, white wine is so often relegated to the role of opening act. I wanted to finish with a great still white with bottle age. It could have been white Burgundy or German Riesling, but ultimately I went with an older vintage of Clos Ste. Hune, a wine I completely adore. I have been fortunate to taste Clos Ste. Hune back to the mid-1960s and simply love the way it ages.

The 1990 Clos Ste. Hune is deep in color and overall intensity, with tons of textural richness and pure concentration. An exotic mélange of honey, chamomile, mango, hazelnut, wild flowers and candied orange peel opens up effortlessly in the glass. Even with all of its opulence and richness, the 1990 retains terrific freshness as well as energy. On this night it is simply magical, and a great way to wrap up a truly unforgettable evening. (Antonio Galloni, Vinous, May 2018)

Jun 5th, 2018
admiral von schnauzer

This wine never dissappoints. Duhh. 6th bottle fron this vintage? All consistently spectacular

This wine never dissappoints. Duhh. 6th bottle fron this vintage? All consistently spectacular

Jun 17th, 2018
admiral von schnauzer

Petroleum-y. Citrus zip. Acidity falling, not surprised. Some caramel sneaking in here and there

Petroleum-y. Citrus zip. Acidity falling, not surprised. Some caramel sneaking in here and there

Mar 13th, 2016
Mark Kosmicki

Duh

Jan 8th, 2016
Larry Halff

More mature out of split.

More mature out of split.

May 4th, 2017
Rory Pugh

Rory had this 3 years ago

Rory had this 3 years ago

Aug 17th, 2016
Chris Morgan

Sommelier The Oceanaire Seafood Room

9.5

Chris had this 3 years ago

Chris had this 3 years ago

Feb 22nd, 2016