Is Müller Thurgau:
A. A German Footballer
B. A 1930's burlesque performer
C. A manscaping technique
D. A little known grape variety
Well obviously its D, a grape variety, although A or B could easily pass at a bit of a stretch I reckon; never let the truth get in the way of a good story I say.
So, Müller Thurgau. A ripping aromatic originating from I have no idea but finding a ripping home in northern Italy. The Eisacktaler Alto Adige Müller Thurgau 2011 is sexyasnuts and delicious all at the same time (even if the label is a bit naff. A slight honeyed and viscous nose, the palate has layers of semi-sweet to savoury dry and back again; ginger, green spices, mandarin, honey all compete at various stages for your attention. Cracking stuff.
Drink with fatty pork chops
Drink till 2015
Diam cork 12.5%v/v $33 Seddon Wine Store