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Müller-Thurgau / Rivaner

Müller-Thurgau (today known as Rivaner) is a white grape variety which was created by Herman Müller from the Swiss Canton of Thurgau in 1882 at the Geisenheim Grape Breeding Institute. It is a crossing of Riesling with Madeleine Royale. It is used to make white wine. 

By the 1970s, Müller-Thurgau had become Germany's most-planted grape. A possible reason for the popularity of this varietal is that it is capable of being grown in a relatively wide range of climates and soil types.

Müller-Thurgau wines are mild due to low acidic content, but nevertheless fruity. The wines may be drunk while relatively young, and with few exceptions are not considered to improve with age.

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