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 (trĕ-byä′nō, trĕ′bē-ä′-)
n. pl. Treb·bi·a·nos
A white grape used extensively in the production of Italian wines and balsamic vinegar.


(ˌtrɛbɪˈɑːnəʊ; trɛbjˈɑːnəʊ)
(Plants) a type of grape and vine cultivated in Italy for making wine (by the same name)
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Here, Italy's tongue tingling, workhorse grape - trebbiano gives us bright, apple and spice centred white wine with touches of tropical fruit ripeness from, I guess, the 5 per cent muscat in the blend.
They used to think Turbiana was a variant of Trebbiano, the Cognac grape, but DNA testing has discovered it is actually Verdicchio, one of Italy's great white grapes.
Among its most popular items are a four-year-aged Fondo di Trebbiano white balsamic vinegar from Modena, Italy, and Alpha DME organic, extra-virgin coconut oil hand-pressed from fresh coconuts in the Solomon Islands.
Ma si veda anche La prima di agosto (59) del 1948, dove la "giostra / delle giumente bendate che trebbiano / a giri vorticosi sulle aie" sembra costruita come il rovesciamento del Bove di Carducci (2008: 260).
In the past 10 years, pre-bloom leaf removal has gained popularity in some European countries as a practice for reducing crop level, improving grape composition and loosening clusters of high-yielding varieties such as Barbera, Sangiovese, Trebbiano and Tempranillo (Poni et al.
To accompany our meals we accompany our meals we T enjoyed a large glass of trebbiano marchio (PS5.
O setor da vitivinicultura da Campanha vem-se consagrando no cultivo de cultivares como: Chardonnay, Riesling Italico, Trebbiano, (brancas), Cabernet Franc, e Cabernet Sauvignon e Merlot (tintas).
Cognacs are traditionally distilled from the ugni blanc, better known as the trebbiano, the oldest grape varietal in Italy.
Book by October 31 to get a free bottle of Trebbiano or Nero d'Avola wine for your party.
The wine is extracted from the garganega, chardonnay, pinot blanc or trebbiano grapes in the Veneto region of Italy.
Uvas: Corvina, Rondinella, Molinara; Gargenaga, Trebbiano.