Alto Adige Müller Thurgau 2012 DOC – Kellerei St. Michael, Appiano/Eppan (BZ), Italy

Alto Adige Müller Thurgau 2012 DOC - St. Michael's Winery - Appiano/Eppan, Italy | ©Tom Palladio Images  Alto Adige Müller Thurgau 2012 DOC - St. Michael's Winery - Appiano/Eppan, Italy | ©Tom Palladio Images

St. Michael’s Winery, located along the prestigious Weinstraße (Wine Road) in the town of Appiano/Eppan in Italy’s northernmost region of the Trentino Alto Adige/South Tyrol, was selected the Bel Paese’s “Winery of the Year for 2000” by the Italian wine publication I Vini d’Italia. And, for good reason. This winery produces and markets three distinct lines — Sanct Valentin, Cru and Classic — totaling 34 different blends and varietals. It is within the Classic line that we uncork our Alto Adige Müller Thurgau 2012 DOC.

Alto Adige Müller Thurgau 2012 - St. Michael Winery - Appiano, Italy | ©Tom Palladio Images

Crystal-clear with a deep, green-yellow color, this wine has a unique aromatic fullness. The bouquet is delicate hay and mild nutmeg fragrances. Charming on the palate, this varietal is uncomplicated in its simple style.

Alto Adige Müller Thurgau 2012 DOC - St. Michael's Winery - Appiano/Eppan, Italy | ©Tom Palladio Images  Alto Adige Müller Thurgau 2012 DOC and stuffed pasta dish | ©Tom Palladio Images

Fresh tasting and easy to drink, Alto Adige Müller Thurgau 2012 DOC pairs well with a variety of dishes, especially freshwater fish.

Best served chilled between 8-10 °C.

SALUTE!

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The Palladian Traveler's Borsalino over cobblestone | ©Tom Palladio Images

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