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 (bä-rō′lō′, bə-)
n. pl. Ba·ro·los
A full-bodied red wine produced in the Piedmont region of Italy.

[After Barolo in the Piedmont region of Italy.]
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(Brewing) (sometimes not capital) a dry red wine produced in the Piedmont region of Italy
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(bəˈroʊ loʊ)

a red wine from the Piedmont region of Italy.
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The September Wine Class and Sale will be "All Piedmontese," featuring six wines from the famous Italian region, including Olim Bauda Gavi Di Gavi 2014; Cigliuti Langhe Nebbiolo 2014; Cortese Barbaresco Rabaja 2011; and Prunotto Barolo 2008.