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varietal

(və-rī′ĭ-tl)
adj.
Of, indicating, or characterizing a variety, especially a biological variety.

va·ri′e·tal·ly adv.
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chain, headquartered in northern California, began selling Pacific Peak varietal wines, also for $1.
Varietal wines became known as varietals, much like musical plays are now simply called musicals.
It is suitable for varietal wine production or blending, and produces deep red wine with berry and cherry fruit aromas.
In this case, that signifies popular-priced, light-bodied, fruity, chillable, slightly sweet and slightly fizzy wines that are now being packaged as fruit-flavored varietal wines.
Canandaigua has launched new varietal wines from its Vendange label in Tetra Prisma containers, a new design from Tetra Pak.