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Trebbiano Toscana


White grape variety, the large family of Trebbiano, very popular in Central America. By far the most cultivated (60,000 ha), its so wide spread is due to the high productivity and good resistance to disease, but gives poor results from the organoleptic, because of its low acidity and aroma. The family is present in almost 80 Trebbiani doc, in some cases is part of grapes of some red wines such as Chianti and the Barco Reale di Carmignano, that rule has not been changed since the days of Baron Ricasoli that more than one century ago, was its inventor. In France, the Ugni Blanc and Saint-Emilion, also used to produce Cognac and Armagnac. In Spain it is used for the production of brandy. Mature a bit 'before the Trebbiano di Soave and Trebbiano Romagnolo . If an exception is made ​​for Vin Santo which gives excellent results thanks to on racks for withering, supported by the presence of the aromatic Malvasia, Trebbiano pure that the only really merits attention is the Trebbiano d'Abruzzo Edoardo Valentini , a rich wine , intense and extremely long-lived, and many are convinced that it is not Trebbiano but Bombino Bianco .



Wine regions

Follows, by region, a list of all DOC and DOCG is allowed where the use of this vine.


Custoza white - blend in

Gambellara - blend in

Valdadige - blend in


Colli di Luni - blend in


Barco Reale di Carmignano and Carmignano - blend in

White Valdinievole - blend in

Bianco di Pitigliano - blend in

Bianco Pisano di San Torpé - blend in

Bolgheri - blend in

Candia dei Colli Apuani - blend in

Capalbio - blend in

Chianti - a field blend

Colli Etruria Centrale - blend in

Colline Lucchesi - in blends

Elba - blend in

Monte Carlo - in blends

Monteregio di Massa Marittima - blend in

Montescudaio - blend in

Parrina - blend in

Parrina - blend in

San Gimignano - blend in

Sant'Antimo - blend in

Val d'Arbia - blend in

Valdichiana - blend in

Vin Santo del Chianti - a field blend

Vin Santo del Chianti Classico - blend in

Vin Santo di Montepulciano - blend in


Colli Maceratesi - blend in

Colli Pesaresi - blend in

Falerio of Asolo - blend in


Assisi - blend in

Altotiberini Hills - blend in

Amerini Hills - blend in

Colli del Trasimeno - blend in

Colli Martani - blend in

Colli Perugini - blend in

Montefalco - blend in

Orvieto - blend in

Torgiano - blend in

Torgiano Reserve - in blends


Aprilia - pure

White Capena - blend in

Castelli Romani - blend in

Cerveteri - blend in

Colli Albani - blend in

Colli della Sabina - blend in

Colli Etruscan Viterbo - blend in

Lanuvini Hills - blend in

Cori - blend in

Est! Est! Est! Montefiascone - blend in

Frascati - blend in

Genazzano - blend in

Marino - blend in

Montecompatri Montecompatri or Column or Columns - in blends

Tarquinia - blend in

Velletri - blend in

Vignanello - blend in

Zagarolo - blend in

Abruzzo and Molise

Biferno - blend in

Controguerra - blend in

Molise - blend in

Pentro d'Isernia or Pentro - blend in

Trebbiano d'Abruzzo - alone or in blends


Castel San Lorenzo - in blends

Cilento - blend in

Fiano di Avellino - blend in

Sannio - alone or in blends

Solopaca - blend in

Taburno - blend in


Cacc'e Mmitte Lucera - blend in

Gioia del Colle - blend in

Gravina - blend in

Lizzi - in blends

Orta Nova - blend in

Rosso di Cerignola - in blends

San Severo - blend in


Ciro - blend in

Lamezia - blend in

Melissa - blend in

Scavigna - blend in


Alcamo Alcamo or white - blend in

Etna - blend in


Arborea - alone

Nuragus Cagliari - blend in



Viticulture and winemaking

He leaves medium-large, pentagonal, five-lobed; cluster large, long (up to 25 cm.), Semi-compact, winged, medium berry, discoid in shape rather than regular skin moderately thick, yellow-green or yellow pink, depending on the clones, rather waxy. 




 It has many synonyms, including Castelli Romani, Bobiano, Procanico (Umbria), Santoro, Albano, Albany (Marche).





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