- A widely cultivated Italian grape variety of high acidity, used in the production of white wine and brandy.
- 2018 March 8, Eric Asimov, “Bubbles, With Joy: Pétillant Naturel’s Triumphant Return”, in The New York Times:
- Yet the 2016 Éxilé rosé from Lise et Bertrand Jousset in the Loire Valley, made mostly of gamay, was yeasty let light and lithe, while the 2016 Indigeno from Ancarani in Emilia-Romagna, made of trebbiano, was taut and earthy.
- A variety of dry white wine made from this grape.
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trebbiano m (plural trebbiani)