Caladoc Wines

Caladoc is a crossing of Malbec and Grenache. Its deep-coloured, medium to full bodied wines with flavours of wild berries, balsamic and eucalyptus go very well with pork, lamb and beef. Caladoc is a French red grape variety mainly grown in the Languedoc and Provence regions in the South of France. It can also be found in Lisboa in Portugal and in Mendoza in Argentina.

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