Trebbiano is an Italian wine grape. It is one of the most widely planted grape varieties in the world.
In France it is called Ugni Blanc, and it is an important grape in the Cognac and Armagnac production.
The Trebbiano grape accounts for about one third of all white wine production in Italy.
It plays a part in more than 80 Italian DOCs. One of the most famous is the Orvieto blend from Umbria.
Trebbiani is called Ugni Blanc in France. It is the most planted white wine grape in France, but most often it is blended or used to produce industrial alcohol.
Ugni Blanc is the most common grape variety in Cognac and Armagnac.