Trebbiano is the most widely planted white grape in Italy, and is used to make Orvieto, Soave, and other Italian dry white wines. Wine made from Trebbiano grapes typically has high acidity, medium alcohol, neutral aromas and flavors, and low sugar. It's often blended with other wines since it tends to be rather light-bodied and uninspiring on its own. The French call it Ugni Blanc and use it as a base wine for making brandy.