Name of varietal: Trebbiano

Common synonyms: Ugni Blanc, St. Emillion, Thalia, White Hermitage, Castelli, Lugana, Malvasia Fina, Santoro, Spoletino, Tribbiano

Parentage of the grape: indigenous to central Italy

History of the grape: Trebbiano is one of the world’s most widely planted white grape varietals, not only for wines, but brandies and vinegars, including balsamic styles. It is believed that it originated in central Italy, but quickly spread throughout Europe and the rest of the world as empires and colonies were established. But despite its widespread plantings and usage, besides some fine releases from around the Abruzzo region (that often have the name of the varietal in its DOC title) it is rarely given credit since it’s often a minor blending grape, or appearing as one its many aliases.

Characteristics of the grape: light-bodied, crisp, high acidity, minerally, lemon, rosemary

Regions where the grape is currently important: You name, they grow it.

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  • Poggio le Volpi Frascati Superiore Epos Malvasia di Candia Malvasia del Lazio Trebbiano 2011


    No written review

    Wine review by martins2002

  • You're right... they have come a long way from the day when Count Ricasoli ... ... later replaced by Trebbiano in many cases after WW II).  Personally, some Cabernet and Merlot are welcome in Tuscan wines.I have tasted Cabs and Merlot from North Italy that are very good - also some from Molise, a bit of remote province, I grant you.  Don't kn... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hello Snooth!

  • The holidays are over, but the wine celebrations never end – in our ... ... Pinot Bianco, Chardonnay and Trebbiano fill in the rest.The wines are fairly inexpensive, but I’ve seen a wide range of prices across retailers. I’m talking a five to eight-dollar difference. As always, do a price check. Here are four favorites from a recent tasting, m... Read More

    From the article Detox Wines for January Drinking

  • Monte Tondo Casette Foscarin Soave Classico 2016


    Slightly dusty and dry, a bit honeyed with notes of melon and ripe apple, light wood dust and toast with a bit of cream. On the palate this is juicy and oily on the palate with nice full body, pleasant spice and a finish of lemon zest and cool mineral sea breezes. Read More

    Wine review by Snooth Editorial

  • Lugana DOC Ca'Nova 2014


    No written review

    Wine review by ApelsecS

  • Chianti DOCG 2015


    I'm not a big fan of Chianti, but this is the best one I've ever had... Read More

    Wine review by ApelsecS

  • I was round at a mate’s house recently and he opened a bottle of Vin ... ... has been made with grapes, (Trebbiano and Malvasia), that have been left to air dry on mats which results, as you can guess, in the grapes becoming raisin-like and sugar packed.                                         The grapes are then crushed and put into very smal... Read More

    From the article It's the right time for sweet wine.

  • Riunite Trebbiano Moscato


    Juicy peach, melon and apple aromas with a hint of spice. Off dry and effervescent with melon and peach flavors, a touch of lemon cream on the finish and a pinch of spice. Read More

    Wine review by Snooth Editorial

  • Perticaia Spoleto Trebbiano Spoletino 2015


    Stony minerality and salinity on the nose with fresh floral notes and a touch of peach. Very brisk on the palate with high acidity and loads of fresh lemon bursting out front and mellowing towards a brooding oak note with more citrus on the finish. Read More

    Wine review by Snooth Editorial

  • Casal Thaulero Thale Trebbiano d'Abruzzo 2011


    A little bit of age on this raises aromas of honey, almond and butter with a light elderflower note and hints of apple and pear. Full, rich and unctuous on the palate with more honeyed notes, peach and apple fruit, a lightly but lovingly oxidized nuttiness and a bit of citrus zest to sharpen the finish. Lovely. Read More

    Wine review by Snooth Editorial

  • I just bought a bottle of '09 Trebbiano from Duchman Family Winery in Texas, and in their hands is not merely a blending varietal! Great acidity with notes of banana and pineapple..with a tinge of pear. Makes you want to be on a beach somewhere! Great food pairing white!

    Comment by 525647msargente 525647 msargente

  • Trebbiano is also used in Cognac where it is known as Ugni Blanc - the most widely used graps in cognac production. Originally a native of the slightly wamer climes of Italy but when used in the more northerly Cognac region of France it doesn't mature fully and so produces a more acidic wine - which is perfect for distilling and making into Cog...

    Comment by 322867SECognac 322867 SECognac

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