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  • proper noun uncountable A town in the province of Verona in the Veneto
  • proper noun countable A light red wine from the region around this town; similar to Valpolicella


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  • Two lesser-known U.S. cyclists claimed top 10 finishes at the Road World Championships in Bardolino, Italy. - Goebel glad to be healthy again

  • And so, on that Tuesday night, we ended up at another of the lakeside hotels, a humble eatery called the Belle Isole, where I had a not-so-good bottle of Bardolino, and the girls discovered they did not like pasta Bolognese.

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  • Jealousy as it did several hundred years ago leaves the British expatriate in trouble with her vocation and with hAlessandro Bardolino; however, as she researches her great ancestor she realizes her troubles are minor envies compared to what Corradino faced from invidious villains.

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  • Summer: Bardolino Chiaretto or other delicious ros for all of the great salads, vinaigrettes, and simple dishes highlighting the flavors of summer.

    A Year of Wine

  • He therefore encamped before Bardolino, a fortress situated upon the lake, trusting that after it was taken the others would surrender.

    The History of Florence

  • Its smiling shores are covered with a growth of southern vegetation, the most notable places upon them being Riva, Salò, Desenzano, Peschiera, and Bardolino.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • Bardolino, a place on the Lake of Garda, he painted a panel-picture which is now in the Pieve; and another for the Church of S. Tommaso

    Lives of the most Eminent Painters Sculptors and Architects Vol. 06 (of 10) Fra Giocondo to Niccolo Soggi

  • Bardolino, as everybody here probably knows, is the Arnold Palmer of snow shovel makers. Most Popular

  • Bonomo and Giorgio Tommassi, president of the Bardolino consortium, have signed and sent a letter to the Italian Minister for Agriculture, Luca Zaia, and the President of the EU Commission, José Manuel Barroso, asking them not approve the new regulations.

    Decanter News

  • Two Lake Garda rosé associations - Bardolino and Garda Classico - are working together for the first time since they were created in 1968.

    Decanter News


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