Müller-Thurgau

Müller-Thurgau is a white wine grape variety used predominantly in Germany and northern Europe. A crossing of Riesling and Madeleine Royale, it was created in 1882 by Swiss Botanist Dr. Herman Müller (of Thurgau) after whom it is named. Its greatest strength is the ease with which it is grown in a wide range of climates and soil types. The vines tend to mature early and yield generously, making soft, low-acid wines with a slight muscat flavour.

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