This variety owes its name to the Swiss botanist Hermann Müller from the canton of Thurgau. Its also called Rivaner and the wines are generally low in acidity and round with a slightly Muscat-like bouquet and mild taste. Apart from Prädikat wine, the Müller-Thurgau should preferably be drunk as new wine (vins de primeur). It is of no importance in Austria, but still stocks quite some hectares in Germany.
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