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Barolo

Line breaks: Ba¦rolo
Pronunciation: /bəˈrəʊləʊ
 
, baˈrolo/

Definition of Barolo in English:

noun

[mass noun]
A full-bodied red Italian wine from Barolo, a region of Piedmont.
Example sentences
  • Only at this particular osteria, there are 40 Barolo wines on the wine list, 34 of which cost over $100.
  • The region produces some 50 million cases of wine a year, with the best-known appellations being Asti Spumante, Barolo and Barbaresco.
  • Bordeaux, Burgundy and champagne are generally over-priced, as are Sancerre, Chablis, Rioja, Barolo and almost anything from the United States.

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