2018 Antonelli "Trebium" Trebbiano Spoletino

SKU #1432207

Trebbiano Spoletino is a genetically distinct variety that has been grown in Umbria for generations, where it's known for its bright acidity and complexity. Uniquely, it is grown in vineyards with maple trees, using the trunks as support and stringing the vines between trees. The Antonelli Spoletino is hand-harvested, generally in late October, and sees fermentation and lees aging in large oak barrels.

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By: John Downing | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 9/30/2019 | Send Email
Although the first bottle of this wine we opened was unfortunately corked, the second was awesome. Antonelli brings out the best of this ancient varietal with an aromatic array of tropical and citrus fruits with hints of almond and hawthorn blossom and a rounded palate that matches perfectly with appetizers, cured meats, fish, pasta carbonara and mild cheeses. A very impressive white wine.

By: Mandana Tourani | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 9/10/2019 | Send Email
Creamy texture, rich, mouthful with beautiful flavors of apricot, touch of vanilla. Tropical fruit fragrances and yellow flowers aromas. It is round, subtle and delicious. This is a wine for any kind of white wine advocate.

By: Greg St. Clair | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 8/23/2019 | Send Email
Trebbiano is an odd grape. I’m sure you’ve all had some less than inspiring versions, but it actually isn’t a grape at all—it’s a family of similarly named grapes that are all very different. I know, it’s Italy—it’s confusing. There is no confusion with this wine, however. The Trebbiano Spoletino is sensational, with a nose full of spice, and on the palate, power, weight, definition, tremendous focus, and great acidity. This is a must try!

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