Borell-Diehl makes Müller-Thurgau in the classic style: fresh, crisp, limey, and ridiculously easy to drink.
Müller-Thurgau was created in Switzerland in the 19th century as a hardy, early-ripening grape for table wines. It is now the most widely grown grape in Germany. Borell-Diehl makes it in the classic style: fresh, crisp, limey, and ridiculously easy to drink. A modest 12% alcohol with great acids and no oak (of course), it beats Pinot Grigio at its own game, offering great refreshment in a dry style but also the unique fruitiness of a cool climate aromatic grape.
Did we mention it’s in a LITER? 33% more wine! No garden party or picnic is complete without two or three of these in the cooler.