Grape Variety: over 70 years old vine stocks Klein-, Mitter-, Edel-, Tschaggele and Grauvernatsch.
Cultivation Zone: Rentsch-St. Magdalena, Bozen.
Character: ruby red colour, pleasant and fruity on the palate.
Recommendations: 14-16°C (57-61°F) serving temperature, ideal to appetizers, or to typical tyrolean fare such as speck and sausage, but also to lighter meats and mild cheeses.
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites
Müller Thurgau is the result of a crossing between Riesling and Sylvaner. The bunches are fine and have green-yellowish fragrant grapes. The wine's delicate note of aromatic walnut and moderate acidity are highly appreciated. This wine is best served with hors d'oeuvres, seafood, grilled fish and white meat.
The color of rubies, its interesting bouquet of violets paired with a round, harmonious taste of bitter almonds, combine to make this wine an unusually sophisticated representative of its kind.
One of the traditional South Tyrolean dishes are the bacon dumplings, hand made by the butcher's shop Villgrater in Sexten/Sesto.