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Designation: Soleil de Barone

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Soleil de Varone

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Designation: Les Soupois

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Designation: Vigna dell Impero

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Designation: Les Blondins

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Designation: Les Coulees

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Designation: Les Caillardieres

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Designation: Le Vau Jaumier

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Designation: Les Rouillères

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Designation: St. Henri

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Designation: Chassignol

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Designation: Saint-Pierre

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Designation: Amaro

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Amaro, which is Italian for "bitter", is an Italian herbal liqueur variety that is commonly taken as an after-dinner digestif. It has a bitter-sweet flavour and an alcohol content typically anywhere between 15% and 35%.

Amaro is typically produced by macerating herbs, roots, flowers, bark, and/or citrus peels in alcohol, either neutral spirits or wine, mixing the filtrate with sugar syrup, and allowing the mixture to age in casks or bottles. It is typically drunk neat and usually with a citrus wedge. It may also be drunk on ice or with soda or tonic water.

Revision 1; edited by joraesque on 12/29/2017

Amaro, which is Italian for "bitter", is an Italian herbal liqueur variety that is commonly taken as an after-dinner digestif. It has a bitter-sweet flavour and an alcohol content typically anywhere between 15% and 35%.

Amaro is typically produced by macerating herbs, roots, flowers, bark, and/or citrus peels in alcohol, either neutral spirits or wine, mixing the filtrate with sugar syrup, and allowing the mixture to age in casks or bottles. It is typically drunk neat and usually with a citrus wedge. It may also be drunk on ice or with soda or tonic water.

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Designation: Vallocaia

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Designation: Margherita

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Designation: Irosa

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Indeed, the wines produced by Ravazzi in the collection "Collezione Privata Alberto Ravazzi" all have a specific additional designation ending with the letter "o". Examples are Iroso, Furioso, Borioso and Prezioso.
The font used for this specific designation on the bottle label makes the end letter "o" resemble a letter "a" ...
This wine is designated as "Iroso" and not "Irosa".
Check the Producers website with their current wines

Designation: Mombeltramo Riserva

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Designation: Prachiosso

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Designation: Canorei

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Designation: San Carlo Riserva

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Designation: San Michele

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Designation: Srü

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Designation: Les Hauts du Py

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Designation: La Madone

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Designation: Loghero

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Designation: Betlemme

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Designation: Trinità

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Designation: Rosso di Verzella

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Designation: Rampante

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Designation: Filici

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Designation: Zottorinotto

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Designation: Etna Bianco Arcuria

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Designation: Arcuria

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Designation: Calderara Sottana

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Designation: San Nicolo'

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