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2005 Cos d'Estournel Bordeaux Blend - France - Bordeaux - St Estephe - Red - Second Growth

France - Bordeaux - St Estephe

Red Bordeaux Blend - Second Growth
Producer Notes

Classified as a Second Growth Bordeaux estate, Chateau Cos d'Estournel is without doubt, one of the top producers in the St. Estephe appellation, producing complex and intense, full-bodied wines. The chateau is often referred to as "super second," meaning that it produces wines at a quality nearing that of the First Growth houses. Cos d'Estournel wines contain a large amount of Merlot (40%), one... More »

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Source International Wine Cellar
Issue Issue 138
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Source Jancis Robinson
Author RWG III
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 98%
Tasted On 02/24/2014
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Author Mini
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 66.667%
Tasted On 08/01/2013
Drink Dates 2012-2042
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Author Conrad K
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 99.372%
Tasted On 04/06/2013
Drink Dates 2017-2035

Powerful, dark, earthy fruit. This is going to be a great wine in time. Not very approachable now.

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Author Lawrence L
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Tasted On 12/26/2009

Beautiful dark inky color with rather muted nose with subtle aromas of violets and and faint oak or leather. i could sniff this stuff all day! full bodied wine with sweet tannins and very approachable. lovely dark fruits and a very very long finish. being so young this is truly an amazing wine! i look forward to tasting this wine again in the future to see its progression.

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Author Miguel L
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Site / Blog   Trust Rating 100%
Tasted On 12/27/2009
Drink Dates 2015-2035

Christmas bottle, from cellar. Decanted through Vinturi aerator, then held 2 hours. Black. Shiny. Red rim. Blackberries, black currant, oak, and noble leather. A wine that exudes confidence and even a swagger. This is a hibernating bear coaxed to show its power, and it rose from slumber to do just that. Second day was also a demonstration of breed and effortless ability to cruse at 140mph all day. It is all there for a huge future. Wait until 2015+. Also a great set-up for comparison to the new 2009 at Primeur, and the entirely new receiving line and tank room. If 2009 can hurdle this wine, we will know such extravagant investment can actually yield results a wine lover can appreciate. We shall see! (0 views)

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Author gd10102
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 81.457%
Tasted On 09/30/2009
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