Definition - What does Muller-Thurgau mean?
Muller- Thurgau is a white wine varietal, which is generally produced in Germany, England, Hungary, New Zealand, the Czech Republic and many other countries. It is considered to be included in some of the most widely planted grape varieties all over the world, with a total of 104 thousand acres of land covered with its vineyards across the globe. The grape is also called Rivaner since it is a cross of species of Riesling and the Silvaner.
WineFrog explains Muller-Thurgau
It is said that towards the end of the 19
Muller- Thurgau is no longer the most planted grape in Germany, but it still covers up 20% of the entire German acreage. Because of