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Portuguese grape which inspires Madeira's second driest style but is most commonly found as a vibrant, lemony, full-bodied table wine in Australia. Grapes are small, hard and acid. Verdelho do Dão is quite different, has been renamed Gouveio and is identical to Spain's Godello.