GODELLO: A grape variety grown mainly in Northwest Spain
Godello is a white variety of wine grape grown in northwestern Spain in particular in Galicia. Godello can produce fine white wines, and yields the best results in Valdeorras, where plantations have increased after having previously been in decline.
Total Spanish plantations of Godello stood at 1,153 hectares (2,850 acres) in 2008 (up from 880 hectares (2,200 acres) in 2004).
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