Wine & Viticulture Journal Issue 5, 2011
Title: Verdelho – the alternative variety we already have?
Keywords: 'N', $10, 2003, 2008, 2010, 2011, 30, 6, Accolade, Acidity, Adelaide, Alternative, Australia, Balance, Bastian, Belt, Bimbadgen, Bin, black, Blanc, Bleasdale, Bortoli, Briony, Broke, Brokenback, Brook, Catch, Channon, characters, Chardonnay, Citrus, Co, Conditions, Consumers, Creek, crop, De, Debortoli, Dunsborough, Estate, ferment, Floral, Fortified, Fox, Glendonbrook, Goyamin, Granite, Heat, Hidden, Hills, Hive, Hotker, Houghton, Hunter, Julimar, Krinklewood, Label, Langhorne, Late, Leogate, Liebich, Margan, margaret, McGuigan, Mill, Moondah, Oenology, Old, Palate, Paul, perfume, Perth, Phenolics, Pick, Pool, Portugal, Potts, Pssst, Range, Regions, Reserve, River, Rivers, Robert, Sample, Sauvignon, Selection, Sensory, Series, Sirromet, Stomp, Sue, Sweet, Table, Tamburlaine, Tank, Tasting, Technique, Tempus, Texture, Tulloch, Two, Tyrrell's, University, Valley, Variety, Vat, Verdelho, Vineyard, vinification, Vintage, Western, White, Windowrie, Wine, Winemaker, Winemaking, Winery, Wines
Page Number(s): 124-127
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