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Submitted by Julian Wednesday, 16/02/2011

In reply to by Krista

Thanks for your comment, Krista, even though you probably overestimate the expertise to be found here. Müller-Thurgau is very widely planted in Germany, Austria, the Alto Adige region of Italy, Eastern Europe and, not least, England, so I suppose it will be a component of many more basic sparklings as well. I don't think that is its true calling, though. It makes for uncomplicated, but spicy whites when handled properly, and it's probably unreasonable to ask more of it.

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