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Médoc Line breaks: Médoc
Pronunciation: /meɪˈdɒk/

Definition of Médoc in English:

noun (plural same or Médocs)

[mass noun]
A red wine produced in Médoc, the area along the left bank of the Gironde estuary in SW France.
Example sentences
  • I was smitten by this this ripe, full, earthy Médoc, a 60 per cent Cabernet Sauvignon to 40 per cent Merlot with plenty of rich truffly fruit on the finish.

Words that rhyme with Médoc

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