The Trebbiano family of grapes (Trebbiano Toscano, Trebbiano Abruzzeze, Trebbiano Di Soave, etc.), are the most common white grape variety in Italy and is present in the blend of dozens of DOC wines, both white and red. Trebbiano tends to be a fairly shy wine, with the exception of Trebbiano Abruzzeze where it shines as a single varietal, but typically, it is not very aromatic or structured. However, it boasts an excellent acidity, lending it to be an ideal grape for passito style dessert wines.
Trebbiano passito is an ideal sipping wine to serve with dried fruits, soft or blue cheeses.