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  • proper noun A canton of Switzerland (its German name)

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Examples

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

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

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • "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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  • "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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  • 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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