Verdelho (Ver-dell-yoh) - Grown primarily in Portugal, Spain and Australia. In Portugal, Verdelho from the island of Madeira is used to make the fortified Madeira wine. While sometimes used to produce a varietal wine, Verdelho is also blended with Chardonnay or Semillon that are intended for immediate consumption.
Vermentino (ver-meh-tee-noo) - Primarily from Italy, this grape produces a variety of white wines, including sweet and sparkling. With refreshing acidity, this wine has aromas of lemon peel, peach and dried herbs, with a bit of minerality. Used in the Tuscan Bolgheri blend wines. In California (Lodi) this grape produces flavors of peach and grapefruit. This grape is also known as Rolle in Provence.