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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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10.24.66.190 Rolled varietal other of other alloyed steels, without additional processing, including rolled up after rolling Eligibility Criteria : Terms of payment:
Though there are some wineries that take particular pride in their merlot and designate the varietal as such, like Duckhorn, Pride Mountain, Shafer Vineyards, Stags Leap and Pahlmeyer.
Caption: The grilled pork at Martina, above, is a match for tannat, a complex red wine varietal native to southwest France that is today considered the national grape of Uraguay.
Region: Stellenbosch, South Africa Varietal: Chenin Blanc Price: $22 Aromas: Citric, lime peel, pear Flavors: Orange oil, tropical fruit, kiwi Impression: Fresh Structure: Good Balance Drink with: Raw Seafood, Shrimp Cocktail, Oyters, Grilled Vegetables Why I loved this wine?
Delas Cotes Du Rhone Blanc-A blend of multiple varietals (mainly white Grenache and Marsanne grapes), with white flowers, chrysanthemum tea, soursop nose-stoney, dry with crisp acidity.
Rice varietal diversity index (VDI) was measured by using the following formula:
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.
They are mostly varietals, and for well under a fiver make very acceptable drinking without any frills.
"With the arrival of this brand new hop varietal, we were able to craft a tasty session ale with unique, strong flavors.
While most Long Island producers have singled out Merlot among the Bordeaux varietals as most suited to our climate and soils, Hawkes Bay, on the other hand, leans toward Cabernet Sauvignon.
* Sylvaner: Second most widely planted varietal, the Sylvaner produces attractive whites with more body and more acidity that Chasselas.