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Médoc wine
Médoc, a wine from Bordeaux France Vineyards

Médoc is an AOC for red wines in the Bordeaux wine region of southwestern France. The vineyards are mainly situated at the North of Saint-Estèphe.

Among the grape varieties permitted by INAO in Médoc, 50% of the viticultural area is planted with Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, and to a lesser extent Petit Verdot and Malbec (locally called "Cot"). Also allowed within the AOC regulations are the varieties Cabernet Franc and Carménère.

These crus have a good potential to ageing, and are elaborate, with fine notes of crunchy fruit, vanilla and ripen fruit. The wines, soft and velvety, will fit perfectly with roasted duck or a chocolate fondant.

Production sites : Saint-Estèphe

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Other wines from Bordeaux:

Haut Medoc , Blayes , Montagne Saint-Emilion , Entre-deux-Mers , Margaux , Graves de Vayres , Graves , Bordeaux Clairet , Lalande de Pomerol , Lussac-Saint-Emilion , Pauillac , Cadillac , Bordeaux Supérieur , Bordeaux Rosé , Barsac , Côtes de Bourg , Cremant de Bordeaux , Pomerol , Pessac-Léognan


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