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Verdejo is a white grape variety primarily grown in the Rueda region of Spain, known for its full-bodied wines with herbaceous and nutty characters. It is a key grape in the region's sparkling wines and fortified wines, but is being challenged by Sauvignon Blanc in dry still wines. Verdejo is also grown in small quantities in other regions of Spain and in experimental plantings in Australia and California. The origins of the grape are unclear but it is believed to be indigenous to Castilla y León.
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