Cantine di Indie Lunedi is a different kind of Trebbiano. A common grape planted across Italy (and France as Ugni Blanc), Trebbiano yields plenty of unremarkable juice for dry wine, brandy, and even vinegar, but when it sits on the skins for a while, extra depth and expression come through. Indie macerates their Trebbiano for six days in steel and ferments with natural yeasts before aging seven months in steel. The final wine is left unfined and unfiltered. Though you might expect some funk from this low interventionist Bianco, Lunedi is fully gulpable.
Flavor Profile: Medium-bodied, dry. Pear, green melon, and lemon on top of layers of the phenols suspended in the lightly clouded glass. Best described as Trebbiano that expresses the entirety of the grape, vine, and soil. Pair with fish, Spaghetti garlic and oil, cheeses, and white pizza.