Definitions for "Varietal"
refers to a wine that (by U.S. law) contains 75% or more of that particular variety. Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Riesling are examples of varietal wines.
A wine whose name refers to the major grape variety used in its making, instead of to a geographical area where the grapes were grown and vinified. Varietal naming (e.g. Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon) is characteristic of non-European winemaking. European wines are more commonly named according to the geographical region where they were produced (e.g. Bordeaux, Chianti).
Wines named for the grape varirty from which they are made.
Of or pertaining to a variety; characterizing a variety; constituting a variety, in distinction from an individual or species.
A coffee from a specific origin. Sometimes a specific variety of a coffee species.
a coffee made exclusively from one type of coffee bean from a specific growing region