Trebbiano, called by another name in France, is used to make which of the following French products:

A. Jurançon

B. Vin Doux Naturel

C. Blanquette de Limoux

D. Cognac


Trebbiano has many other names reflecting a family of local subtypes, particularly in Italy and France. In France, trebbiano Toscano is also known as ugni blanc, and a thin, neutral-tasting wine made from this grape is used in distillation to make both Cognac and Armagnac. In both of those products, a neutral base wine is considered desirable.

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