This is a quaffable (about 10% alcohol), off, dry white wine, with intense, clean, lovely floral flavors. Citrus and citrus blossom mingle, making it almost like a still version of Prosecco. There is a surprisingly long finish with spicy floral flavors, intense and flavorful.
It is rare to find a Müller-Thurgau with such flavor, but Pojer and Sandri have a penchant for getting more than most out of lesser grape varieties. This wine has broad fruit flavors along with a crisply aromatic aftertaste.
Dedicated to local hero Feldmarschall von Fenner who fought against Napoleon, this golden Müller Thurgau opens with bold notes of Golden Delicious apple, pear, honey and mature melon. The wine is smooth and rich with tangy sweet notes on the finale.
The Cembra Valley in Italy’s northern Trentino region offers stunning mountain vistas and beautiful, cool-climate white wines. The area specializes in Müller Thurgau grapes and this expression is redolent of white flower, stone and passion fruit.
Bright, luminous and soft, this has a bouquet of spring flowers and exotic fruits. It’s soft, with a sweet intensity that’s not overdone or heavy. This is made by one of Europe’s most successful wine co-operatives.
From what is claimed to be the highest vineyard in Europe, at 3,000 feet, comes this surprisingly ripe, full-flavored Müller-Thurgau, with soft acidity and a fine, crisp, green finish.
Green melon and green apple fruit is lightly scented with aromas of white flowers and talc. The big fruit, low alcohol, tart and tangy character of Müller-Thurgau is nicely showcased, with just a touch of residual sugar.