The Müller Thurgau, a grape fruit on white, was only created in 1882 in Germany by Hermann Müller, a native Swiss researcher of Thurgau, in the course of a study of genetic improvement of the lives. Until a few years ago he was thought to be obtained by crossing between Riesling and Sylvaner Green, but now with an extensive DNA research, it was decided that the second crossing the Chasselas grape is.
Müller Thurgau, from the vineyard "Le Giare" raised to "Guyot" system in hilly terrain, sunny and breezy
after a gentle destemming, followed by a short cold maceration of the grapes in stainless steel press and in a closed environment. The alcoholic fermentation takes place in thermo-conditioned steel tanks
after fermentation, the wine stays in contact with the noble lees for a long time
straw yellow with greenish reflections
fresh, fruity, with delicious notes of grapefruit
round, aromatic and persistent
excellent as an aperitif, with light appetizers, soups, especially cream, egg dishes, ideal with fish
12,5 - 13% vol.