2017 Cirelli Trebbiano Bianco

Abruzzo, Italy

A minimal intervention Trebbiano that is vibrant and zesty as well as silky on the palate. Peaches, apricots, white flower notes and minerals can all be found here. Shellfish pasta or panfried white fish with lemon would be the way to go.


  • Style & Food Matching

    A minimal intervention Trebbiano that is vibrant and zesty as well as silky on the palate. Peaches, apricots, white flower notes and minerals can all be found here.

    Shellfish pasta or panfried white fish with lemon would be the way to go.

    Tech Notes

    Varietal / Blend: Trebbiano

    Decant: Not necessary

    Closure: Screw cap

    Farming Practices: Organic

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  • Abruzzo, Italy

    The sea is only 8 kilometers away and rolling hills, vineyards and olive groves surround the variegated landscape of the town of Atri in the Abruzzo region where the farmland lies. Nearby, national parks, woods and badlands, all wonderfully preserved, are waiting to be discovered in the majestic silence that seems to characterize this region of Italy suspended in time and space.

    Cirelli Farms is the name of the IMC*-certified organic farmland situated on 22 hectares of fertile land. Everything produced on the farm is done so respecting the sustainable natural cycles of our olive groves, vineyards, organic horticultural crop fields and animal breeding. Crop rotation, a period of rest for the soil, fertilization and livestock grazing are only some of the vital steps in the process of producing wine (in terracotta wine jars), olive oil, organically grown fruit and vegetables and meat of the finest quality. The constant pursuit of quality and sustainability begins in the vineyards where their objective is to bring out the best of every single vine. No small feat considering their commitment to respecting the environment in every phase of wine making. The use of herbicides and chemical fertilizers or any other product that does not conform with the ideas of organic farming and with the plant’s natural phytosanitary defense system are banned.


    The fertility of the soil is managed through organic fertilization and the use of Biodynamic Preparation 500 Cow Horn manure. The grapes are handpicked and the grapes are also manually selected. *(Istituto Mediterraneo di Certificazione – Mediterranean Certificate Institute).

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