Trebbiano is an Italian wine grape.
In France it is called Ugni Blanc.
It is one of the most widely planted grape varieties in the world.
The Trebbiano grape accounts for about one third of all white wine production in Italy.
Trebbiano grapes account for around one third of all white wine production in Italy, as a part of more than 80 of DOCs ("Controlled Origin Denomination").
The best known Trebbiano based blend is the Orvieto from Umbria,
It also has 7 alone:
Trebbiano is also well known as a grape used in the production of Brandy and Balsamico.
Ugni Blanc is the most planted white wine grape in France.
The planting areas are twice as big as in Italy.
Ugni Blanc is also an important grape in the Cognac and Armagnac production.
Most of the planting in France is in the Cognac region.
Most often Ugni Blanc is blended or used to produce industrial alcohol.
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