MÜLLER THURGAU Trentino DOC

Müller Thurgau BOTTLE

Grapes
Müller Thurgau grapes in various clonal selections

Production area 
Maso Togn plot, located at 650 m.a.s.l. on the apical part of the alluvial Faedo fan; 20-30% slope, western exposure. Soil from morainic deposit with marly-calcareous mineralogy, sub-alkaline, silty texture, clay 12-15%, rich in skeleton and good organic matter content.

Telve plot, located at 450 m.a.s.l. on the central part of the Telve fan; 15-20% slope, southern exposure. Derived from typical schistose metamorphic of Lagorai rocks, peebly, sandy texture, permeable, well-drained, quite deep, decarbonated, sub-acid and average chemical fertility.

Vineyard characteristics 
Maso Togn: installation dated 1997, vine density 5.600 plants/hectare, vertical-trellised, guyot training.

Telve: vineyard planted in 2009, vine density 5.600 plants/hectare, vertical-trellised, guyot training.

Harvesting 
Grapes harvested by hand around the end of September, output of 80-90 quintals/hectare (1,5 kg/vine). 

Vinification 
Short cold maceration of crushed grapes, followed by traditional white wine vinification process performed entirely in stainless steel tanks.

Number of bottles produced
22.000

Serving temperature 
Serve at 10°C

Tasting notes and food pairings
Straw-yellow colour with green highlights; slightly aromatic nose with overtones of flowers and fruits. Elegant, soft, lingering taste.

Perfect as an aperitif, suitable for aromatic and/or spicy first courses.

 

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