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Verdelho wine is a white wine made from the Verdelho grape. It is produced in Australia and Portugal. The Verdelho grape is a member of the Vitis vinifera family, which includes all of the common red and white wine grapes. Verdelho wines are usually medium-bodied with high acidity. They can be found in both dry and sweet styles. The most popular brands of Verdelho wine include Penfolds, d'Arenberg, and Tyrrell's. Verdelho wines have a long history dating back to the 13th century. The first recorded mention of the grape was in 1256, when it was grown in the Portuguese region of Alentejo. Verdelho then made its way to Australia in the early 19th century, where it became one of the most widely planted grape varieties. Today, Verdelho is still grown in both Portugal and Australia. Some fun facts about Verdelho wine: - Verdelho is a variety of grape, not a color. - The Verdelho grape is thought to be of Spanish origin. - Verdelho wines are often used as a blend with other wines, such as Chardonnay or Sauvignon Blanc. - Verdelho wines can range in color from pale straw to golden yellow. - Verdelho wines are known for their high acidity and medium body.