TSA Müller Thurgau Tre Venezie
The grape variety takes its name from the Swiss Hermann Müller of Thurgau, who was the first to crossbreed the Riesling and Silvaner Verde varieties. The grapes are used to cold climates and create a fragranced, pleasant and drinkable wine to be enjoyed in company, either for an aperitif or with light meals.
On the yeasts, 3 months
The area offers a wide range of terroirs that have allowed for several particular wines to be developed. While characterised by a remarkable variety of weather conditions, the climate has some uniform features in that the Alpine range protects from the cold northern currents. Both the plain and the hills and mountains have volcanic, sedimentary and alluvial terrains, with soils ranging from fresh and gravelly to mineral-rich clay.
ALTITUDE 130 meters above sea level
TYPE OF PLANTING Sustainable Farming
SOIL Sedimentary, gravelly, mineral-rich clay
TYPE OF CULTIVATION Guyot
ALCOHOL CONTENT 12.5%