Müller Thurgau

Müller Thurgau

Created by crossing Riesling and Chasselas, this wine was conceived in 1881 by the Swiss researcher Hermann Müller from Thurgau and can now be found in Trentino, especially in Cembra, its natural home. It is cultivated throughout the valley in an area called “classica”, in which the vineyards, located 500 metres above sea level, are able to enhance the grape’s original freshness and aroma.

The fruit is sweet to the taste, while the wine is a pale yellow colour with golden reflections and green hues: it is well structured, dry and sustained by an acidity that makes the taste particularly aromatic and persistent.



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