For the California/French wine grape also known as Blanc de Cadillac, see Burger (grape).
For the Italian wine grape also known as Falanchina, see Falanghina.
For the Spanish wine grape known as GredelÃn, see Viura.
Trebbiano (or Ugni Blanc in France) is a white-wine grape originally from Italy, where it generates large quantities of simple but refreshing white wine.
There are in fact a number of varieties that bear the name Trebbiano; some are genetically related, some not.
This page is about the most common form, Trebbiano Toscano.
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