Müller Thurgau is a white grape variety with a relatively recent history. It was created in 1882 by the Swiss winemaker Hermann Müller, originally from the canton of Thurgau, who crossed the Rhine Riesling and Madeleine Royal varieties while teaching at the prestigious Geisenheim winemaking school. From the beginning of the 20th century, it spread with increasing success throughout Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Italy, especially in South Tyrol and the Cembra Valley. Today, its vinification produces a very fragrant dry white wine with a fresh, round and delicate taste, characterised by a natural elegance that is appreciated particularly by a very refined female clientele.
Artisanal white wine from the Moselle region. With a slightly macerated color, it is a fresh, light and mineral label with notes of citrus and herbaceous hints