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    Zenato Lugana Riserva Sergio Trebbiano Zenato Lugana Riserva Sergio Trebbiano 750 ml Italy
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    Farnese Trebbiano D'Abruzzo Farnese Trebbiano Dabruzzo750 mL Italy
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    Giacondi Trebbiano 1 5L Giacondi Rubicone Trebbiano 1.5 L Italy
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    Tollo Trebbiano D'Abruzzo 1L Cantina Tollo Trebbiano 1L Italy
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    Pieropan Soave Classico DOC Garganega/Trebbiano 750ml Pieropan Soave Classico DOC Garganega/Trebbiano 750ml Italy
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    Citra Trebbiano D'Abruzzo Citra Trebbiano DAbruzzo 1.0L Italy
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    Zenato  Lugana San Benedetto Trebbiano 750 ml Zenato Lugana San Benedetto Trebbiano 750 ml Italy
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    Donini Trebbiano Di Romagna Donini Trebbiano Chardonnay 1.0L Italy
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Trebbiano, one of Italy's most widely planted white grape varieties, boasts a legacy spanning centuries. Predominantly grown in central Italy, it has lent its character to countless Italian wines, both as a varietal wine and as a blending component. Often recognized by its various regional names, such as Ugni Blanc in France, Trebbiano's profile is a symphony of subtle flavors and aromas. In the glass, it displays a pale yellow hue, offering aromas of lemon, green apple, and sometimes hints of almond. On the palate, it typically showcases a light-to-medium body with a crisp acidity, making it refreshing and approachable. While often consumed young, the best Trebbiano wines, especially those from regions like Trebbiano di Soave, can exhibit deeper complexity and have aging potential. Overall, Trebbiano is a testament to Italy's viticultural diversity, offering a taste that is quintessentially Mediterranean.