Müller Thurgau is a white grape variety that has chosen the hills of Trentino as its new home, where it has been simultaneously adopted with open arms. The deep, sandy-loam soil rich in minerals in the upland vineyards gives rise to a balanced and refined Müller Thurgau. With a straw-yellow colour with hints of green and a delicate, slightly aromatic nose, Müller Thurgau Simboli has a fresh, dry flavour, characterised by a pleasant hint of minerals.
Municipalities of Giovo and Meano
Exposure and altitude
South, southwest, west; 500-600 m a.s.l.
Porphyritic, average depth, fertile
Guyot and simple Trentino
4,000-5,000 vines per hectare
Hand-picking from 10-20 September, soft pressing in an inert atmosphere, controlled-temperature fermentation in stainless steel tanks, ageing on lees for about 5/6 months.
Light appetisers and fish-based dishes. Excellent as an aperitif.