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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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Rice varietal diversity index (VDI) was measured by using the following formula:
He says that the area has such a wide range of grapes, soil types and microclimates that it can successfully produce everything from chardonnay and pinot noir to Italian grapes and Bordeaux blends and Rhone varietals.
The deal is also seen to enhance the company's leading position in the US pine market and enable it to sell superior varietal products in South America, where CellFor already has extensive varietal plantings, as well as in China, which experiences a substantial and growing wood fiber deficit.
winemakers are partnering to share insights, clonal material for grapes and educational programs, which should only enhance the quality of locally produced Rhone varietal wines.
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He merchandises the wines by region by the glass and varietal for by-the-bottle selection.