Duchman Winery Trebbiano: A Texas-Italian Quencher

The wildflowers are blooming in Texas. The days are definitely getting longer and hotter leading us to look around for wines that refresh us and quench our thirst. One of the varietal wines that is often overlooked in this search is Trebbiano, despite the fact that its legacy goes back to Roman times and it is one of the most widely planted wine grapes in its home turf of Italy. One reason is that in many cases, Trebbiano is not particularly distinctive in the cooler climes of Europe, particularly when produced by over-cropped vines, and relegated to pedestrian white wines or fermented and distilled to make Brandy.

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