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Trebbiano

If the wine world was a classroom, Trebbiano would be the shy kid doing all the work. Neutral in character and almost un-marketable, Trebbiano is the most planted grape in both Italy and France. Maybe it was Italy’s ancient love of simple, crisp whites that allowed it to spread everywhere on the ‘boot’, from the heel (Abruzzo) to the lace-holes (Tuscany) to the calf (Veneto/Fruili). Then the 14 Century Pope took it to France and, renamed Ugni Blanc, producers in damp Cognac and Armagnac valued it for disease resistance before noticing that it’s undefined fruit and high acid was a perfect base for brandy distillation - an massive industry the unsung Trebbiano dominates.

Currently we're sold out of Trebbiano but you could check Pinot Grigio for a nice alternative. Happy hunting!

Trebbiano

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    2017 Spinifex Lola Semillon, Vermeintino and Clairette

    93 Points Richard Caro
    A special white blend from a boutique producer in Barossa. The Lola demonstrates a Southern French ethos of blending, in which a range of grapes contribute various kinds of enhancement to an ...
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    2006 Felsina Vin Santo (375 ml)

    94 Points Antonio Galloni's Vinous
    A beautifully complex and nutty Vin Santo from Felsina in Chianti. With a dash of Sangiovese along with the usual white grapes, this is made by straw drying and fermentation in very small oak ...
    $59.99 in mixed 6+ or $66.99 per bottle

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