[mey-dok; French mey-dawk]
- a wine-growing region in Gironde, in SW France.
- a red Bordeaux wine produced there.
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Examples from the Web for medoc
I don't know how it happens, but they have some very decent Medoc.The Barrier</p>
I invited him to partake of my bottle of Medoc, by which he seemed flattered.The Confessions of Harry Lorrequer, Complete
Charles James Lever (1806-1872)
For time does for family what it does for wine, and just merely by age your poor light Medoc mellows into very drinkable claret.Luttrell Of Arran
Charles James Lever
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.Overland</p>
John William De Forest
- a district of SW France, on the left bank of the Gironde estuary: famous vineyards
- a fine red wine from this district
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