Wine San Michele-Appiano, Muller Thurgau, Alto Adige DOC, 2011
Wine brilliant greenish-yellow color.
The wine has a perfectly balanced, moderately dry, delicate taste with soft fruit notes and a long aftertaste, which is decorated with a pleasant acidity.
The wine has an intense aroma that combines spicy notes of nutmeg and grassy tones of hay.
Wine harmonizes perfectly with fish dishes, seafood, salads and cheeses.
Muller Thurgau from the company of San Michele Appiano - dry white wine, which is produced from grapes of Müller-Thurgau, grown in the vineyards of the appellation of Alto Adige at an altitude of 400 to 900 meters above sea level. Muller-Thurgau (hybrid varieties Riesling and Gutedel) - aromatic white grape variety, is widely distributed in Europe. Wine fermented under controlled temperature stainless steel vats, followed by exposure to lees lasts 6 months. The wine can be consumed young, as it will develop in the bottle for 3-4 years.
Winery San Michele-Appiano was founded in 1907 and eventually became one of the largest and most successful wine houses of South Tyrol, and then Italy. Today Appiano wine are synonymous with the highest quality, which is a credit to the chief enologist economy - Hans Tertsera. It was he who every year brings new nuances in the formulation and methods of wine production, bringing them to perfection. The company with great attention is exploring the potential of vineyards, selecting varieties according to soil composition, lighting, and many other factors. And most importantly - use biodynamic methods of cultivation of vines, making the company's products are sustainable.
Today, a century vaulted cellars of the winery San Michele Appiano offer a wide selection of top-class white and red wines, among which you can find both the time-tested classic wines and new items that are sold in more than 30 countries around the world.