One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Sonoma makes such a wide array of great wine, from a diversity of climates, that some wine makers have never met their county cohorts because they work in completely different circles, either varietally or regionally.’
- ‘In the past, Washington has shown an ability to produce world-class reds and varietally correct if uninspired whites.’
- ‘Italy's wine industry, like France's, is organized geographically, but with a healthy sprinkling of varietally named wines (notably Barbera and Pinot Grigio).’
- ‘From the beginning of 1993 Madeira has been made to conform to the European Union requirement that a varietally named wine must contain at least 85 per cent of wine made from the specified grape variety.’
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