Umbria, according to critic Jancis Robinson, "is potentially the most interesting region in central Italy" and also one that has changed the most over the years. Trebbiano is a main grape variety in Umbria and indeed around the world, sometimes surfacing under the name Ugni Blanc in France and Talia elsewhere. These grapes are 100% Tuscan Trebbiano harvested from Marsciano. On the nose, straightforward aromas of golden apple, pear and floral hints. Light body combined with flavours of citrus, refreshing acidity, and a nice reemergence of the nose on the finish.