1970 Chateau-Cos-dEstournal-saint-Estephe

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1970 wine Chateau-Cos-dEstournal-saint-Estephe In the old Gascon language, the word ‘Cos means ‘The Hill of Pebbles. Appropriately named.

1970 Chateau-Cos-dEstournal-saint-Estephe
1970 wine Chateau-Cos-dEstournal-saint-Estephe. Old vintage Bordeaux Wine, the  Château is situated on the banks of the Gironde River between Pauillac and St.

Tasting notes, Robert Parker, 86 points
The 1970 Cos d'Estournel's color remains an impressive dark garnet with ruby/purple tints. The wine is medium to full-bodied, tannic, rustic, and concentrated, but coarse and charmless. It will keep for another 25 years, but I wonder if this wine will ever blossom?

Tasting notes, Neal Martin, 88 points
Tasted at “The Sampler” in South Kensington. It has been quite a few years since I tasted this Cos d’Estournel. This bottle had a much more herbaceous bouquet compared to eight years ago: undergrowth, tree bark, dusty mahogany bureau with vestiges of sweet red fruits eventually rising to the surface. The palate is foursquare and conservative with dusty black fruits and a dry, aloof finish that has its own “classic” charm. My feeling is that this can only dry out in the future, so drink any bottles you may own.
In the old Gascon language, the word ‘Cos means the Hill of Pebbles Appropriately named, Château Cos d Estournel is situated on the banks of the Gironde River between Pauillac and St. Estèphe, where the property is clearly defined by the hill of Cos, reaching to a height of almost 65 feet. It is today owned by Michel Reybier, and continues to be managed by a member of the Prats family under the direction of Jean-Guillaume Prats.
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