||The Trebbiano Romagnolo vine has its origins in the center of Italy, like almost all the other vineyards of the Trebbiani family. These vines are known in Italy since Roman times, and their name derives from "Trebula", or a farm (Plinio the old man describes a "Vinum Trebulanum", which according to this interpretation would be "country wine" or " House wine "). Distinguishing the various clones, which bear a name often indicating their prevalence or the most diffused area, is not always that easy. Trebbiano Romagnolo has been quoted from various sources at the end of the Middle Ages in the province of Bologna.
||Leaf: medium size, pentagonal, three and pentalobata; Petiole breast with superimposed or close edges, upper side closures closed, lower side lateral U, shallow; Corner at the top of the terminal lobe, straight; Flap folded; Upper page of light green, glabra, opaque, bollosa; Bottom gray-green page, velvety on the ribs and flea on the flap; Main ribbed, not flashy, green but with a reddish base; Little pronounced teeth, with convex margins, broad-based.
Bunch: medium size (about 20 cm long), pyramidal cylinder, winged with one or two wings, a little compact, pedicel visible, rather thin, herbaceous, rosé to the base; Slightly short, thin, slightly green pedicels; Hardly noticeable, yellowish green; Small, short brush.
Acino: medium, spheroidal, regular, amber yellowish skin, which can become reddish, pruinal, subtle, consistent, somewhat astringent, with persistent navel; Juicy, melted pulp; Simple flavor, sweet.