OTHER WORDS FROM varietalva·ri·e·tal·ly, adverbin·ter·va·ri·e·tal, adjective
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How to use varietal in a sentence
Instead of hiding behind the vague title of “red wine vinegar,” Katz highlights specific grape varietals like pinot noir and late-harvest zinfandel.
He experimented with different recipes and tried different combinations of the seven or eight local grape varietals suitable for wine.Reinventing the World’s Oldest Spirit for the Modern Drinker|Wayne Curtis|June 7, 2021|The Daily Beast
Wine pairings are available — including a short-pour version for those driving home after dinner — and include plenty of Virginian varietals from RdV Vineyards, Early Mountain Vineyards and beyond.Eight road-trip-worthy restaurants in Maryland and Virginia|Nevin Martell|June 3, 2021|Washington Post
Nestled within grape-rich Sansretour Valley, Castel Ravello produces the world’s finest Erveluce and Pomino varietals.Five sensational vacation destinations from the virtual worlds of video games|Shelly Tan, Elise Favis, Gene Park, Armand Emamdjomeh|February 25, 2021|Washington Post
Climate change is making this varietal harder to grow, at least with the same result, Veseth tells The Daily Beast.
Choose carefully and this soft, plummy varietal can enthrall like a fine Cabernet Sauvignon.
This producer makes more Vermentino than any other producer, so clearly they know their varietal.
It is very rare in varietal vineyards and not known to nurserymen.
It is very rare in varietal vineyards and hardly known to nurserymen.
The remainder are to be considered as varietal forms of a very trifling departure from the type, or as hybrids.The History of the European Fauna|R. F. Scharff
Excelsior is to-day rather rare in varietal vineyards and is apparently not offered for sale by any nurserymen.
It is still to be found in many varietal vineyards but is now offered for sale by but few nurserymen.