Trebbiano

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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  • Falesco Est! Est! Est! 2008

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    Wine review by MillsandJills


  • Emidio Pepe Trebbiano Dabruzzo 2006

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    Wine review by Rolando2012


  • I last left you walking out of the Albergo Duomo in Montepulciano. I had just ... as well as the white grapes Trebbiano, Malvasia del Chianti, and Grechetto which are used for a white table wine and Vin Santo.The vineyards are at relatively high elevations of between 280 and 450 meters above sea level and are planted at a relatively sparse 3,3... Read More

    From the article Italy in Nine Parts - Vino Nobile di Montepulciano


  • La Valentina Trebbiano d'Abruzzo 2006

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    Wine review by Nathan P


  • Vino Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG 1997

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    This is thick as motor oil, well-used motor oil. On the nose and palate there is just a cascade of chocolate, dried red fruits, butterscotch, mocha and coffee cream notes penetrate every nook and cranny of ones tongue and mind. The length of this wine if phenomenal. A truly breath-taking wine and one with few equals. 98pts Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz


  • Vino Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG 1997

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    The nose here has layers of caramel and dried fruit tones mixed with intense note of the salty seaside and oyster tones.Thick like honey in the mouth with huge balancing acidity that keep the flavors of panettone, raisins, Christmas cake, and dried orchard fruits bright and lively. A profoundly intense wine. 95pts Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz


  • Vino Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG 1997

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    This still shows a touch of wood on the nose, which is joined by notes of basil stems, gunpowder, leather and black, jammy fruits. Its showing impressive complexity right out of the bottle. On the palate there is lively acidity and the tannins have fairly melted away leaving a richly chocolate tinged bed of dark fruits that reveal a bit of wood ... Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz


  • Boscarelli Vin Santo 2002

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    Smells of botrytis with dried shitake tones over dried apricot and peach fruit. In the mouth this is sweet but shows excellent precision to the apricot and peach fruits. Theres a nice spicy tang on the finish with a caramel top note. A fine and complex example of Vin Santo. 91pts Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz


  • Volpaia: it takes a village, no seriously. The Castello di Volpaia estate is ... is ... grapes, in this case Trebbiano and Malvasia. Volpaia’s style is dictated as much by the cool climate the vineyards enjoy at the relatively high elevations the slopes leading up to the village (some 250 to 450 meters above sea level) as it is by the winemak... Read More

    From the article Italy in Nine Parts. Chianti


  • Villa Burri Orvieto 2007

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    Wine review by martins2002


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