Growing Conditions

The vines for this Müller Thurgau grow in the South Tyrolean Lowlands and on the southeast-facing slopes of the municipality of Kurtatsch. The grapes thrive at an altitude of 550 – 700 metres, in the gravel soil of the area.


The grapes for our Müller Thurgau reach perfect maturity in late September until mid October. The yield from these handpicked grapes is 70 hectolitres of wine per hectare.


Once delivered, the grapes immediately undergo a short maceration time and are then gently pressed, clarified and fermented in a stainless steel tank at a controlled temperature of 20°C.

Food Pairing

Our Müller Thurgau is ideal as an aperitif and goes well with fish and white meat.