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This wine tastes like flowers -- it particularly has a light elderflower taste reminiscent of Sauvignon Blanc, but with slightly more acidity. It was the first Trebbiano d'Abuzzo I've ever tried, and so when I went home, I read about it in my Oxford wine dictionary. The description said this wine had "a shy acidity" which is very accurate of this particular winery and vintage. Amazing value for the price; this wine has a lot of character and sophistication, which was not true of another Trebbiano d'Abruzzo that I bought at my local wine store.
Italian producer Gianni Masciarelli is something of a legend, having proved to the rest of the world that it IS possible to produce world-class red wines from the Montepulciano grape.And his white Trebbiano is no different - he's managed to combine mouthwatering depth ofapple and apricot character that bounce through this fresh and tasty Italian tipple.NB. Hannibal will soon be shipping Trebbiano's big brother Montepulciano - it'll be available to you later this autumn.
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