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Alto Adige
Müller Thurgau Alto Adige Valle Isarco DOC
Alto Adige
Müller Thurgau is one of the most planted variety in Germany, Austria and Northern Italy, especially Alto Adige. The varietal was named after Professor Hermann Müller (1850-1927) from the Swiss canton Thurgau, who bred it at the research institute in Geisenheim (Germany) in 1882.

Owner: Huber family
Website: www.pacherhof.com
Winemaker: Andreas Huber
Type: White wine
Varietals: 100% Müller Thurgau

Vineyard Location: Novacella - Valle Isarco
Orientation: South-west
Elevation: 650 m a.s.l.
Vines Planted: 1999
Trellising: Guyot
Vines/Acre: 7,100/Ha
Yield/Acre: 72 Hl/Ha
Soil: Sandy and gravelly soil

Fermentation in stainless steel tanks

Aging Process
The wine is left to refine on noble lees for 6 months in stainless steel tanks, and two months after bottling.

Tasting Notes
Color: Bright straw-yellow with greenish shimmer.
Bouquet: Intense bouquet of white peach, minerals, lemon and white flowers, with delicate spicy tones and impressions of nutmeg.
Flavor: The taste is fresh, vibrant and aromatic, with dominant flavors of peach and lemon and a long pleasant mineral finish.
Pairings: Ideal with appetizers, light starters, boiled and grilled fish. Excellent with Asian cuisine, especially Thai and Malaysian fish recipes, like Laska soup.

Alcohol Content: 12.5 %
Residual Sugar: 4 g/L
Serving Temperature: 10 - 12 °C
Production: 8,000 bottles