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Müller Thurgau

A grape variety suited to cold climates, the Aosta Valley offers its best location between 600 and 800 m.

The Müller-Thurgau is an original aromatic grape variety of the Geisenheim in Germany. The grape variety was created by crossing of Riesling, Silvaner and Chasselas by the Swiss oenologist (originating from Thurgau), Hermann Müller (Thurgau).

A grape variety suited to cold climates, the Aosta Valley offers its best location between 600 and 800 m. The thermal variations that characterize the maturation period of the grapes at these altitudes encourage the formation of the elegant fragrances typical of the Müller Thurgau of the Aosta Valley.

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