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Godello

The white grape variety originates from Portugal or Spain. Synonyms are Agodello, Agodenho, Agudanho, Agudelha, Agudelho, Agudelo, Agudello, Agudenho, Cumbrao, Esperó de Gall (also synonymous with the variety Epero de Gall), Gouveio (further main name), Gouveo Branco, Verdelho, Verdelho Branco, Verdelho de Madeira, Verdelho do Dão (Portugal); Agodello, Berdello, Godelho, Godella, Godenho, Ojo de Gallo, Prieto Picudo Blanco, Trincadente (Spain). The old variety probably originates from the banks of the river Río Sil in Galicia, in the northwest of Spain. However, it was first mentioned in 1531 by the ampelographer Rui Fernandes under the names Agudelho and Trincadente in the Portuguese Douro.

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