Lightly macerated Muller-Thurgau grapes from both the estate vineyard and some friend's plots, both in Baden and the Mosel. All orgnically grown grapes, native yeast fermentation, no fining, and no sulfur added until a pinch a bottling. Aromatic, mild tannins, very clean but good intro to 'orange' wine without being overwhelmingly bitter.
Müller has the rare distinction of being comprised of Müller Thurgau sourced from not only Baden but also from a respected grower in the Mosel as well – undoubtedly this accounts for the wine’s extra blast of energy and high-toned kick. The Baden fruit fermented for 3-4 days on the skins, the Mosel fruit for just one. After pressing, 30-40% of the grapes skins are added back into the tank and the wine sits on the lees for 8-9 months.
Lightly filtered and contains only a tiny amount of sulfur, added at bottling.
👁 light amber
👃🏾 garden-fresh aromatics
👅 tart grip, citrus and grapefruit skins, with a peppy acid