Müller Thurgau Trentino DOC
Müller Thurgau is a grape variety created by prof. Hermann Müller in Geisenheim between 1882 and 1891 from a cross between Rhine Riesling and Madeleine Royal. In Trentino, it is cultivated in all the region’s vine growing areas.
The Müller Thurgau grapes yield a white wine with a pleasant slight acidity and a very distinct aromatic component.
- Colour: Crystalline, darkish yellow with greenish reflections, it sparkles with simplicity and a confident personality.
- Aroma: Colours and aromas interlace with a clear aromatic fragrance; aromas that leave their mark, delicate and at the same time clear and clean, reminiscent of the flowers of the vine itself; slightly spicy, with intense notes of sage and jasmine, as well as white peach and sour apple.
- Taste: Just the right amount of acidity, it has vigour and a subtle structure; dry, full flavoured, inviting, with satisfying, slightly Muscat-like flavours that recall the fragrances typical of this wine, harmonious, elegant, pleasantly drinkable.
- Food matches: Very drinkable, this white makes a perfect aperitif and is also suitable for drinking with typical mountain food, such as vegetable gnocchi and lake trout, and sea specialities, such as fried fish and grilled shellfish.
- Serving temperature: 10 - 12 °C.
Credits: Palazzo Roccabruna - Provincial Wine Bar