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The company was founded in 1851 by Sir Auguste de Muller and Ruinart de Brimont, a member of a well-known Alsacian wine-growers family. After having considered the potential granted by Tarragona area, they decided to settle as former Greek colonies had settled in Spain, followed by the Roman empire in Imperial Tarraco, capital city of Citerior Hispania.
 
During four generations the company belonged to the family De Muller and it converted itself into of the pioneer firms, not only for trade but in terms of technology, too. In 1925, they equipped the installations with the first cold room for industrial purposes registered in Spain; it was basically used to preserve mass wine since the company was the pontifical suppliers from Pius X to John XXIII.
 
As from June 1995, De Muller S.A. belongs to the Martorell family, Catalonian businessmen and traders eager to obtain the optimal quality in wine, while respecting the tradition that has been constituting the firm heritage for Read more »

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  • Sounds like a nice memory of your visit.In Germany and particularly Austria I've been with lots of people at home and even out  who mix sparkling water of various sorts with wines, often white, creating in-effect a wine spritzer. Very common in the summer time, and something that can be lightly refreshing and a tasteful alternative to, say, an O... Read More

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  • I just came back from Germany (Bavaria area) and was introduced to a half dry Mueller Thurgau produced by a local winery (Huter).  My son mixed this with a meduim sparkling water and I really enjoyed this. I am not a wine drinker but I found this to be very enjoyable to drink.   What is a wine I can find locally that is comparable in taste to th... Read More

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  • A couple of news items I was pondering today.First, Robert Parker came out with his ratings for the 2009 Bordeaux vintage. Ever the masochist, I decided to go look at some prices in the marketplace after the ratings were released. Some samplings:2009 Chatau Latour                        100 points                  $21,500 a case2009 Chateau Marg... Read More

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  • I'm heading off to a marcarini Bruante Vertical, 1964-1996.I'm bringing the 78 which smells amazing right now.Nothing planned for the rest of the weekend.How about you? Read More

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  • De Vite Hofstatter 2007

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    Wine review by Giorgio


  • My wife and I are hosting a German dinner in about a month.  She has the easy part, coming up with the menu and delivering on her fine cooking.  Wienerschnitzel and Spatzle are the main course, with probable sides of grean beans and such.  My part is to come up with matching beverages.  The beer is easy.  I'll find something good in a small keg ... Read More

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  • I will be hiking through Switzerland in August, wine is always available in the towns of course and generally in the refugios. What should I look for? Any unusual grapes? Read More

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  • De Muller Red Blend Priorat Legitim Crianza 2005

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    This wine was a little too good, and I think we drank it too quickly over approx 30min. With tons of fruit on the nose, the palette was equally bold and intense with lots of spice, berries, and herbs, with notes of leather and tobacco. The finish was very long lasting and pleasant with notes of strawberry, cherry and even lychee. This was a ... Read More

    Wine review by atonalprime


  • De Tarczal Müller-Thurgau Trentino 2008

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    this has the thirst quenching capabilities of Gatorade and ice cold beer. If I was parched after a long hike or bike ride I would drink a bottle of this. not sure about the food parings but this is a summer wine if i ever had one. sweet, light and refreshing Read More

    Wine review by aronowm2


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