Trebbiano Bianco Spoletino San Clemente Wine

Bottle of Trebbiano Bianco wine from the San Clemente winery



The wine from Umbria Trebbiano is produced by the San Clemente di Montefalco winery with Trebbiano Bianco quality grapes. InThe company has been operating for about 15 years, but where the staff and staff also have experience gained in over 40 years.

The San Clemente winery operates in the province of Perugia and, also for this reason, is very linked to Umbrian and Tuscan wines, such as the same Trebbiano IGP wine, a fresh wine, with a straw yellow color, floral aromas and tropical fruit, soft and balanced taste.

Trebbiano PGI wine is distributed in the standard version of 0.75 cl, a convenient format for a thousand occasions.

The bottle is also excellent as a gift idea, suitable for the most varied situations and, being a quality wine, it does not degrade with time (if well preserved).

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The wine is also recognized as PGI (Protected Geographical Identification) and is composed of 100% Trebbiano Bianco grapes. The production involves an aging in steel barrels and a potential aging of about 2 years from bottling.

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It is advisable to serve the wine at a serving temperature of about 10-12 ° C, to fully appreciate the freshest scents.

This wine from Cantina San Clemente is an excellent ally for aperitifs, appetizers, or for a light first course. It also fits perfectly as an ideal match for white meats and fish.

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