Frascati

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Frascati

(fræˈskɑːtɪ)
n
(Brewing) a dry or semisweet white wine from the Lazio region of Italy
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Though Frascati's and the Salon were open at that time in Paris, the mania for play was so widely spread that the public gambling-rooms did not suffice for the general ardour, and gambling went on in private houses as much as if there had been no public means for gratifying the passion.
Many young men of Palestrina, Frascati, and Pampinara had disappeared.
Launched into the world of actors and actresses, writers, artists, and certain women of uncertain means, he lived well, went to the theatre without paying, gambled at Frascati, and often won.