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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  • Unless you bought them with aging potential in mind, a fair few of your 2013 ... summer with Vermentino and Trebbiano. Perhaps the occasional Sangiovese or Montepulciano D'Abruzzo. I didn't think I was ready for the big-hitters, but then I met this guy. Valle dell'Acate Tenuta Ibidini, Nero d'Avola. I know what you're thinking, I was too. How ... Read More

    From the article Summer Fall Transition Wines Under $20

  • OK, haven't put anything on here in a while, been consuming too many run of ... many run of ... a blend of trebbiano, malvasia and verdicchio.  The nose comes across with some smoke and very ripe golden delicious apples. Reminds me of picking apples in the orchard on a fall day. On the tongue is more ripe apple, honeycomb, tangerine and just a... Read More

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  • JD, you mean besides me obviously.Just ordered these from two different wine ... Bianco(55% Trebbiano, 20% Malvasia, 15% Verdicchio, 10% Grechetto)Domaine du Grangeon Chatus(100% Chatus) This evening I opened (of all things) a 2003 Illinois wine made from Zin and Chambourcin. This was one of the gifts I was given for helping a neighbor clear ou... Read More

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  • Cantina del Castello Soave Classico DOC 2008


    No written review

    Wine review by youknowjack

  • Galioffo Vin Santo del Chianti DOCG 2009


    butterscotch and a creaminess of texture! Read More

    Wine review by FPFM

  • Sassone Bianco di Toscana IGT 2014


    A crisp fresh, very fragrant and delicious dry wine. Read More

    Wine review by FPFM

  • Orange wine is something I feel I have read about more often than I have seen ... ... Ruscum - This blend of Trebbiano, Malvasia and Verdicchio is a product of Cistercian nuns in Lazio, Italy. A slightly cloudy lemon-yellow in the glass, this wine was medium-bodied with good acidity and a creamy texture. It had more subdued aromas on opening.... Read More

    From the article Ditch Your Rose: Orange Wine Is Burning Hot

  • Zenato Lugana 2013


    Crisp green apple and lemon aromas with notes of peach and tea leaf. More green apple and lemon in the mouth, a hint of tart acidity and more citrus leading into the creamy yet pleasantly zesty finish. Read More

    Wine review by Snooth Editorial

  • Edgard Leyrat le Reviseur Vsop


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    Wine review by mark

  • Mt. Etna is located in northeastern Sicily in the province of Catania. ... are ... ... are permitted, such as Trebbiano and Minella. One commune, Milo, produces a Bianco Superiore. It has to have at least 80% Carricante. Etna Rosato DOC and Rosso DOC are based on 80% Nerello Mascalese and up to 20% Nerello Cappuccio (aka Nerello Mantellato). ... Read More

    From the article The Magic of Mt. Etna

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