ZANINI MÜLLER THURGAU DOC
It was born in 1882 from a cross between the Rhenish Riesling and Sylvaner varieties by the researcher Herman Müller Thurgau.
Thanks to the high altitudes in which it is grown, there is a slow ripening of the grapes that give the wines their typical aromatic characteristics. The color is straw yellow with greenish reflections, fruity and aromatic.
On the palate it is characteristic, fresh and fruity.
Pairings: dishes based on fish or white meat.
Service temperature: 12-13 ° C.
10 in stock
PRODUCTION AREA: Faedo (TN)
Land: clay soil, gravel and sand, 630 m a.s.l.;
GRAPE VARIETIES: Müller Thurgau 100%
Simple Trentino gazebo,
grazing between rows and mechanical processing in the row,
absence of weeding and observation of the agreement protocol for treatments
Maximum production: 120 q / ha;
Dry pruning, green and manual harvesting;
Fermentation at controlled temperature;