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Alto Adige Valle Isarco DOC

Classic White

Müller Thurgau

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The Müller Thurgau variety is a Riesling and Madeleine Royale hybrid created in Geisenheim (Germany) at the end of the 19th century by the Swiss botanist Hermann Müller, who gave it this name because he came from the Thurgau canton. This grape variety prefers the elevated and sunny hillsides of the Valle Isarco featuring a thinly structured soil. The colder climate of these higher altitude areas and especially the fresh night during grape ripening season give Müller Thurgau its typical freshness and that variegated bouquet to which it owes its frame.

the wine
Vintage
2020
Variety
Müller Thurgau
Altitude
500 - 970 m
Soil
Stony, lean, skeleton-rich alluvial soils containing diorite and quartz phyllite
Vinification
Delicate processing and crushing, controlled-temperature fermentation and ageing on fine lees in stainless steel tanks, no malolactic fermentation

Color
from greenish to straw yellow
Taste
fresh and spiced, marked character, slightly aromatic and with a full and pleasant body
Nose
intense, characteristic with light muscat and elder flower scents
white
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