Grape variety: Müller Thurgau - Alto Adige DOC
Production area: medium altitude sites in the area of Tramin and Cortaccia (Kurtatsch)
Soils: marly, light and warm up quickly in spring
Wine-making: The grapes are lightly pressed, the juice is cleared by natural sedimentation and subsequently fermented using temperature control (20 °C).
Organoleptic characteristics: This typical Müller Thurgau is a light-textured but pleasantly aromatic wine, both on the nose and palate. Pale yellow with greenish reflexes, on the nose it is intense and warm, well structured on the palate supported by Muscat-like fruit and a firm acid backbone.
Goes especially well with: Makes an excellent aperitif and goes well with appetisers, freshwater fish, first courses and grilled fresh vegetables.
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites
slightly aromatic white wine with floral sensations, COLOUR yellow to light straw yellow, NOSE intense, pleasant, aromatic with scents of exotic fruits and muscat, TASTE dry, fresh, slightly aromatic, vivacious
Müller Thurgau is a tasty white wine with a greenish to light yellow colour. The fragrance is flowery and evokes grass and nutmeg. The taste is freshly aromatic.
Color: Straw yellow with shades of green, Aroma: Intense, light nutmeg aroma, scent of peach, apricot and tangerine, Flavor: dry, crisp and juicy
Müller Thurgau is a delicately aromatic white wine, greenish to pale yellow in color, flowery, lightly herbaceous with a hint of Muscat, dry fresh and aromatic on the palate.
The "Traminer" was known in German speaking areas as far back as the 13th century. Today it ranges amongst the most popular South Tyrolean wines. As the name itself implies, the Gewürztraminer has its roots in the small village of Tramin. Steep slopes - selected by the chief winemaker himself - yield a wine, which seduces with intense fruitiness, a full body and zesty richness.