Trebianco can be defined as an “orange” wine. Those undaunted by the colour will discover a surprising, complex fruitiness. The Chardonnay, Traminer, Sauvignon Blanc and Malvasia grapes are left to ferment, with their skins, for about 10 days in terracotta amphorae – a process, which allows all the sun’s energy to be released into the wine. Its full body makes it similar, in some ways, to a red wine.
A sunny day in a glass. It is perfect as an aperitif, or combine it with intense flavours such as roasted fish, foie gras or cheese.
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