Rottensteiner's Muller Thurgau is beautifully aromatic with notes of elderflower and a spicy muscatel. On the palate, it's dry and lively with a refreshing acidity making this wine an ideal aperitif or accompaniment to fish dishes. Drink now.
The vineyards used to make this wine are located at an altitude of 600-700m. Fermentation takes place in steel tanks. This Muller Thurgau is limited in production with only 25,000 bottles produced each year.
Rottensteiner, Trentino Alto Adige
The Rottensteiner family is one of the oldest wine-making families of South Tyrol. The name Rottensteiner comes from the red coloured rocks of the mountains surrounding Bolzano - Rottenstein translates as "red stone". The 60 hectares of vineyards the family looks after focus on growing regional varieties, in particular the Lagrein and the Santa Maddalena.
Muller Thurgau is a modern variety created in Switzerland in the 1800s that thrives in cooler regions. The grape is named after Dr Hermann Muller, the botanist who cultivated the grape, and the location where the grape was born, the Swiss Canton of Thurgau. When yields are carefully managed, Muller Thurgau wines can be beautifully aromatic with notes of apple, elderflower and citrus fruit. Muller Thurgau wines tend to be light and medium-dry and are best drunk young.
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