The Bernhard Huber winery is located in the municipality of Malterdingen (Breisgau area) in the German wine-growing region of Baden. Until 1987, the estate was a member of a cooperative, from then on the wines were marketed by the estate itself. In the 14th century, Cistercian monks brought Pinot Noir (Malterdinger) to Malterdingen. The monks' estate (called "curia") was located in the Gewann Mönchhofmatten, where the winery is today. After Bernhard Huber's untimely death in June 2014, his son Julian Huber took over the reins of the vineyards and cellar while he was still studying oenology and ran the business together with his mother Barbara Huber and a dedicated team.
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