Verdelho

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Verdelho

(vəˈdɛljəʊ)
n, pl -delhos
1. (Plants) a white grape grown in Portugal, used for making wine
2. (Brewing) a white wine made from this grape
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The notion that nutrient enrichment may stimulate production of consumers has been largely overlooked in favor of efforts to identify, diagnose, and remediate the negative effects of eutrophication (Micheli 1999, Fluharty 2000, Nixon & Buckley 2002, Verdelhos et al.
1996, Josefson & Rasmussen 2000, Kirby & Miller 2005, Verdelhos et al.
There are steely dry Rieslings, fresh and soft Verdelhos both from pounds 4.99 complex but fruity Pinot Noirs (from pounds 6) and perfumed but powerful Grenaches (pounds 5-pounds 9).
Lindemans Bin 70 1997 - a blend of four grape varieties including Verdelho weehich (pounds 4.99)
Last month, for instance, the Jockey Club had 1997 Rothbury Estate Verdelho from Australia's Hunter Valley region as its white wine special offer.