Müller Thurgau

Müller Thurgau Vigneti delle Dolomiti Igt


Named after the grape variety form which it comes and which was bred by the Swiss researcher Doctor Hermann Müller in 1882. This is a white-grape variety which comes from the crossing of Riesling with Madeleine Royal. It is adaptable to the cold climate of mountain areas and ripens early. For these reasons cultivation is widespread in Trentino, where it has found an ideal habitat on the slopes at an altitude of 500-700 metres a.s.l. where the microclimate conveys special organoleptic qualities to a “high-flying” wine.


Tasting notes
Colour: pale yellow with greenish tints.
Bouquet: fruity and floral with notes of sage, slightly aromatic.
Palate: dry and pleasantly acidulous.


Food matching
Elegant starters, fish, first-courses with vegetable and seafood. It is exceptional as aperitif. Well structured.