I don't know how it happens, but they have some very decent medoc.
For time does for family what it does for wine, and just merely by age your poor light medoc mellows into very drinkable claret.
These unfortunates have been consigned to me by my correspondents, like so many bales of silks, or barrels of medoc.
I don't see how you can doubt that that flaxen-haired girl is a descendant of medoc, Prince of Wales.
I invited him to partake of my bottle of medoc, by which he seemed flattered.
They dung a little in medoc and Grave, because of the poverty of the soil; but very little; as more would affect the wine.
The sour medoc was sparingly drunk, mixed with sugar and water; some drank home-brewed small beer, the majority only water.
The celebrated vineyards before mentioned, are plains, as is generally the canton of medoc, and that of the Grave.
Don Mariano and Don Maximo were too full of medoc to feel like indulging in an animated conversation.
In medoc they plant the vines in cross-rows of three and a half pieds.