Trebbiano [treb-yah-nou] grape originated in Italy, having a long history dating back to ancient times. It is one of the most widely planted grape varieties in the world and has appeared in various wine regions, including Italy, France, and Spain. The name “Trebbiano” comes from the Italian word “trebbia” or “trebbiano,” which refers to a river in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy.
Trebbiano wines typically feature a light and crisp profile with citrusy notes, green apple flavors, and a refreshing acidity.
Trebbiano wine pairs well with light salads, seafood dishes, poultry, pesto, and fresh cheeses.