I don't recognize the label, but yes, your glass looks like AVeM. I saw an AVeM piece the other day with a similar label, but I don't know if it is unique to them. Some of these old paper labels were used for glass from several furnaces.
Some people may comment that your vase has a base that is not completely polished, so is not Murano. I've noticed that many of the AVeM tutti frutti pieces do not have the final step of polishing. I wonder if it was because they were trying to get many made and shipped, so skipped a step. Or if they just decided the shiny bottom was not necessary.