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Valpolicella

[ val-poh-li-chel-uh; Italian vahl-paw-lee-chel-lah ]
/ ˌvæl poʊ lɪˈtʃɛl ə; Italian ˌvɑl pɔ liˈtʃɛl lɑ /
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noun
a dry, red table wine from the Veneto region of northern Italy.
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Origin of Valpolicella

First recorded in 1940–45; after Valpolicella, an area of alluvium-filled valleys NW of Verona, where the wine is produced
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How to use Valpolicella in a sentence

  • The work is so far inferior to the ciborium at Valpolicella, that it would seem to be, as Cattaneo remarks, by an earlier hand.

British Dictionary definitions for Valpolicella

Valpolicella
/ (ˌvælpɒlɪˈtʃɛlə, Italian valpoliˈtʃɛlla) /

noun
a dry red table wine from the Veneto region of NE Italy

Word Origin for Valpolicella

C20: named after a valley where it is produced
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