Muller Thurgau is a variety of white grape created in the Nineteenth Century by Hermann Muller (1882) crossing Riesling with Silvaner and Chasselas and actually is grown primarily in Germany where is planted more than any other grape and in Italy mostly in Trentino, Friuli Venezia Giulia and Veneto.
Muller Thurgau delle Venezie “Il Tralcetto” has been added this year to our historical portfolio and thanks to the gravely and sunny soil of our vineyard located in Codroipo it is well balanced with a prominent aromatic impression.
|Appellation||I.G.T. Delle Venezie|
|N° of vines-hectare||4.500|
|Per-hectare yield||100 q|
|Harvest period||First week of September|
|Vinification||Light pressing with 60% free-run must. 10-day fermentation with cultured yeats at 14°C.|
|Ageing||Stainless steel tank sur lie 5 months, bottle 3 months|
|Colour||Straw-yellow with green highlights|
|Aroma||Fresh, delicate fragrances of peach blossom, dog rose, sage and elderflower, then notes of candied fruit, melon and peach.|
|Taste||Rich but refined, with prominent aromatic impression; well balanced with an elegant harmony of components. A crisp tasty and intiguing finish.|
|Serving suggestions||Aperitifs, risotto with asparagus, poached sea cass, grilled shellfish|
|How to serve||In tuliped shape glass, at 8°C|
Sauvignon << | Il Tralcetto old label | >> Chardonnay