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  • proper n. A canton of Switzerland (its German name)


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  • He took up arms again in the so-called Thurgau war against Archduke Sigismund of Austria in

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  • When he indicated that he was deciding between two $40 bottles, a Vermentino and a M ü ller-Thurgau, the sommelier countered with an $80 wine.

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  • I believe its generally made from Mueller Thurgau or Sylvaner grapes.

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  • It is rot and a propensity for early ripening that has influenced the choice of grapes grown, usually German varietals such as M ller-Thurgau, Sch nburger, Reichensteiner and Huxelrebe.

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  • Police discovered the hemp field in the north-eastern canton state of Thurgau last year using Google Earth's satellite images.

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  • "Do I want the ashes of dead people in the water I am drinking?" said Marco Baumann, an environment official in Thurgau canton.

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  • The Muller Thurgau seems to like the volcanic soil, and the warm temperatures and marine influence help to shape a wine that smelled deliciously of cocounut, pineapple, and spice.

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  • It is there that Finley started producing wines from rare varietals such as Chasselas, Madeline Angevine, Müller-Thurgau and Siegerrebe (they also produce, depending on the yields and the weather a bit of Chardonnay, Dry Riesling, Cab/Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Lemberger, Merlot and Pinot Noir).

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  • In the old producing regions of the North Island, bulk wine varietals like Muller-Thurgau were being replaced by Chardonnay, while new winemakers, more interested in quality than quantity, were beginning to plant vineyards in the cooler climate of the South Island, particularly in Marlborough, where Cloudy Bay comes from.

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  • Conquest of the Thurgau from Austria gave the confederation a frontier on Lake Constance.

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