Trebbiano is a versatile and widely cultivated grape variety that is primarily used for wine production. It is grown in several important wine regions around the world, including Italy, France, and Spain.
In Italy, Trebbiano is one of the most widely planted white grape varieties, particularly in the regions of Tuscany, Umbria, and Abruzzo. It is known for its ability to retain acidity, which makes it a popular choice for producing crisp and refreshing white wines. Trebbiano wines from Italy often exhibit flavors of citrus, green apple, and floral notes, with a subtle mineral undertone.
In France, Trebbiano is known as Ugni Blanc and is primarily grown in the Cognac and Armagnac regions. It is a key component in the production of these renowned brandies, adding a delicate fruitiness and acidity to the final product.
Popular natural wine makers using Trebbiano include Emidio Pepe, Porta del Vento, Lammidia, Casale and Podere Ortica.
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