Definition of Médoc

1. Noun. Red Bordeaux wine from the Medoc district of southwestern France.

Generic synonyms: Red Wine, Bordeaux, Bordeaux Wine
Substance meronyms: Sauvignon Grape



Definition of Médoc

1. Proper noun. A grape-growing region in the south of France. ¹

2. Noun. A bottle of Médoc AOC wine. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Médoc

Myxinikela
Myxinikela siroka
Myxinoidea
Myxinoidei
Myxobacterales
Myxobacteriaceae
Myxobacteriales
Myxocephalus
Myxocephalus aenaeus
Myxomycetes
Myxomycota
Myxophyceae
Myxosporidia
Mœræ
Mœsia
Médoc (current term)
Médocs
Ménière's disease
Mérida
Mórrígan
Möbius group
Möbius groups
Möller-Barlow disease
Mössbauer effect
Müller-Lyer illusion
Mülleran mimicry
Münchausen syndrome
Mývatn
N
N&vepsilon;-trimethyllysine

Literary usage of Médoc

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1. Bordeaux Its Wines, and the Claret Country by C Cocks (1846)
"The Abbaye de Verteuil is one of the fine old monuments of the department. LOWER MEDOC. The communes beyond St. Seurin de ..."

2. Switzerland, the South of France, and the Pyrenees in M.DCCC.XXX. by Henry David Inglis (1831)
"Classification of the Wines of Bourdeaux—Produce—Qualities of Grapes—First Growths—Medoc and its Wines— Chateau-Margaux, Lafitte, Latour, Huut-Brion—Produce ..."

3. Switzerland, the South of France, and the Pyrenees by Henry David Inglis (1840)
"The grapes last mentioned are all more agreeable to the palate than those which produce the wines of Medoc. In no other part of France, has the cultivation ..."

4. The American Stud Book by Sanders Dewees Bruce (1889)
"... Stevenson by Medoc. ... ,4d dam Betsey Stevenson by Medoc. •2d dam Nancy Jordan bv imported Jordan. ..."

5. The New American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana (1861)
"... position there is anxiously coveted by the nations that are able to aspire to political preponderance in Europe. MEDOC. See BORDEAUX WINKS. MEDUSA. ..."

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