Trebbiano Wine - Origins and characteristics
The Trebbiano grape has been grown in central Italy since Roman times.
The name originally refers to a local white wine produced on estates or farms for consumption by the winegrower’s family. Today there are many grape varieties bearing the name of Trebbiano, and although they are often accompanied by a geographical designation, it would be quite a difficult task to describe all the differences among them. Trebbiano d’Abruzzo is a local DOC white wine marked by a bouquet of floral, fruity notes. It has good body, lively acidity, persistent fruity notes, and a touch of almond in the finish.
Over 16 months of permanency on leaven. Clear, savoury taste with a distinctly floral and long-lingering
final olfactory sensation. It goes well with all fish-based courses.
Typical white wine from the hills of Abruzzo. It is a pale straw yellow wine, delicately scented, pleasantly savoury and harmonic to the taste, it goes well with fish, white meats and cheeses. Excellent as aperitif, it can be enjoyed at any time of the day. To be served cool at 8/10° C.
Typical white wine from Abruzzo, pale straw yellow coloured, softly scented, pleasantly savoury and harmonic to the taste, it can go well with fish, white meats and cheeses. Excellent as an aperitif, it can be enjoyed at any time of the day. To be served cool at 8/10°C.
Trebbiano Chichibio D.O.P. is a bio-vegan white wine, which maintains all the characteristics of traditional wines, but it's produced with processes that exclude the use of any substance of animal origin, respecting the dictates of the vegan diet, thus obtaining a biovegan certification.
Harmonic, delicate and savoury taste. Persistent to the palate. It matches with all fish-based dishes, light first courses, white meats, fresh and slightly-seasoned cheeses (4 -12 months). Excellent as aperitif, it can be enjoyed at any time of the day.