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Muller Thurgau

Most common in Germany in its ubiquitous Liebfraumilch type wines, Muller Thurgau is a cross of the noble Riesling with Madeleine Royale. High yielding and resilient, it can be grown across Germany but fortunately is being replaced by Riesling. There are some quality examples available. It is grown across Eastern Europe but also makes interesting wines in Alto Adige, Italy. Once common to New Zealand throughout the 20th Century, Muller Thurgau has been largely grubbed up in favour of international quality grape varieties, namely Sauvignon Blanc.