Trebbiano is synonymous with its main Flame, due to a slightly different clone, from amber berries. It 's the most widely grown white grape variety the Emilia Romagna, in particular in the province of Ravenna. It is part of the family of Trebbiano, it is not able to provide special quality to the wine, but it is very productive and pest resistant, so it is still widely used and is present in many doc. The cultivation of Trebbiano Romagnolo reaches 20,000 ha and is second only to the Trebbiano Toscano (60,000 ha).
Follows, by region, a list of all DOC and DOCG is allowed where the use of this vine.
Bosco Eliceo - blend in
Colli Bolognesi - blend in
Colli di Faenza - alone or in blends
Colli di Rimini - in blends
Colli di Canossa Scandiano and - in blends
Colli Piacentini - blend in
Reno - blend in
Trebbiano di Romagna - alone or in blends
White Capena - blend in
Castelli Romani - blend in
Cerveteri - blend in
Viticulture and winemaking
It has medium leaf, five-lobed; bunch medium to large, conical-pyramidal, compact or semispargolo, winged, medium berry, iron, peel, firm, yellowish-green, rich in bloom.