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This cross between Riesling and Madeleine Royale (a grape that’s hard to find in a varietal bottle) is named for its creator Herman Müller of Thurgau. As Mathew pointed out during our tasting, it is “sophisticated in its simplicity”. It was Germany’s most-planted varietal until the year 2000 when Riesling claimed the title. Lightly aromatic (think florals) with bright peach and citrus fruits, Müller-Thurgau embodies the term ‘easy-drinking’. Drink young with sea-sprayed oysters, light salads, or finger sandwiches.

Featured bottle:

Borell-Diehl Müller-Thurgau 2017, Pfalz

Experience it as one of the four in this pack.

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