noun Ba·ro·lo \bä-ˈrō-(ˌ)lō, bə-\
plural Ba·ro·los

Definition of BAROLO

:  a dry red Italian wine

Origin of BAROLO

Barolo, village in the Piedmont region, Italy
First Known Use: 1875


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