Valentini, Trebbiano d’Abruzzo DOC



In Valentini’s hands, Trebbiano becomes ridiculously complex, ageworthy and just unforgettable. Valentini’s Trebbiano is a deeply mysterious and textural wine. In terms of breeding and sheer impressiveness, Valentini’s Trebbiano can hang with top 1er Cru White Burgundy.
The wines he crafts are lavish, extroverted, brimming with a flavour and texture that is absolutely unique, his Trebbiano delivers a fascinating, salty Adriatic minerality, honeyed and floral notes along with a subtle earthiness that speaks of the dry, sun-scorched land. Overall, they’re dense and saturating wines.

Valentini’s Trebbiano d’Abruzzo is one of the most compelling and singular wines in the world.

Vintage: 2015
Region: Abruzzo
Grape Varieties: 100% Trebbiano d’Abruzzo

When to drink: Wine with a great longevity, we suggest to let it rest in your cellar for a couple more years to appreciate the great qualities that will mature over time. You can leave it in your cellar for even more than 10 years.

Awards: Decanter 98/100, Vinous (Ian D’Agata) 93+/100

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SKU VA00112 Category Tag


Good bright yellow. The pure, complex nose suggests lime, yellow apple and botanical herbs. Then very precise, intense and penetrating, conveying a powerful, three-dimensional impression of extract and a deep, textured, multilayered mouthfeel. The wine closes very long and juicy, with herbal and saline elements that titillate the taste buds. Another outstanding wine from Valentini.


Aged cheeses, blue cheese, white meats, seafood main courses, shellfish.


Aged cheeses, blue cheese, white meats, seafood main courses, shellfish.


THE MAKER: Valentini

Valentini remains one of the oldest and greatest names in Italian viniculture; masters of traditional winemaking.
What is known about Valentini's methods all points to traditional winemaking and a maniacal commitment to quality. The vines are trained in the traditional pergola method and yields are aggressively restricted. The wine is fermented and aged in large Slavonian oak barrels, the youngest of which is 70-years-old; no barriques or stainless steel tanks are used. When the grapes aren't of a quality deemed appropriate, they are sold to the co-op.