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2016 Château Cos d´Estournel Château Cos d 'Estournel
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2016 Château Cos d´Estournel Château Cos d 'Estournel

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5/2/2017 Martin WINE ADVOCATE (NEAL MARTIN) : 98-100 / 100 The 2016 Cos d'Estournel takes the 2016 baton and runs with it. A blend of 76% Cabernet Sauvignon, 23% Merlot and 1% Cabernet Franc that was picked between 26 September and 15 October at 45 hectoliters per hectare, this fabulous Saint Estèphe will be matured in 60% new oak. The alcohol level this year is 13.07%, which proprietor Michel Reybier reminded me is almost 1.5% lower than in 2010. This is clearly a more classically styled Cos d'Estournel that is completely different than say, the 2009 Cos d'Estournel and the more flamboyant, exotic wines in recent years. It actually bears more stylistic similarities to its neighbor Montrose. It is extremely detailed with blackberry and a touch of boysenberry, the fruit almost "creeping up" on you by stealth and then underneath, an undertow of minerals, wet limestone and even flint. The palate has astonishing: exquisite balance, perhaps the most precise and detailed Cos d'Estournel that I have encountered in many years of tasting at this address. It segues into a Pauillac-like second-half with veins of graphite strafing the black fruit, but what marks this Cos d'Estournel is the palpable energy and tension allied with an effortless nature. The persistence, the reverberation in the mouth is quite magnificent, perhaps even longer on my second visit to the property compared to the first. It really is a brilliant Cos d'Estournel that oozes class and sophistication, moreover, a wine that is going to give serious amounts of drinking pleasure over a very long period of time. Boom—and Cos drops the mic. Tasted twice, almost three weeks apart, with consistent notes. 4/28/2017 Quarin JEAN-MARC QUARIN (JEAN-MARC QUARIN) : 19 / 20 Le meilleur jamais fait ! Couleur sombre, intense, pourpre et belle. Nez très intense, fin, au fruité pur, complexe. Nuances d’agrumes, de fruits mûrs et de fleurs. Incroyable entrée en bouche ample où le vin se développe très, très fruité, puis complexe au milieu de la bouche. Plein, riche, il évolue puissant, un brin tannique, mais riche et savoureux. Grande finale complexe et noble. Wahou ! Assemblage : 76 % cabernet sauvignon, 23 % merlot, 12 % cabernet franc - Degré d’alcool : 13° (moyenne moins) – pH : 3,66 (moyenne) – IPT : 68 (moyenne moins). Rendement : 45 hl/ha sur les parcelles dédiées. Sélection : 45 % de grand vin. 4/28/2017 Martin WINE ADVOCATE (NEAL MARTIN) : 98-100 / 100 The 2016 Cos d'Estournel takes the 2016 baton and runs with it. A blend of 76% Cabernet Sauvignon, 23% Merlot and 1% Cabernet Franc that was picked between 26 September and 15 October at 45 hectoliters per hectare, this fabulous Saint Estèphe will be matured in 60% new oak. The alcohol level this year is 13.07%, which proprietor Michel Reybier reminded me is almost 1.5% lower than in 2010. This is clearly a more classically styled Cos d'Estournel that is completely different than say, the 2009 Cos d'Estournel and the more flamboyant, exotic wines in recent years. It actually bears more stylistic similarities to its neighbor Montrose. It is extremely detailed with blackberry and a touch of boysenberry, the fruit almost "creeping up" on you by stealth and then underneath, an undertow of minerals, wet limestone and even flint. The palate has astonishing: exquisite balance, perhaps the most precise and detailed Cos d'Estournel that I have encountered in many years of tasting at this address. It segues into a Pauillac-like second-half with veins of graphite strafing the black fruit, but what marks this Cos d'Estournel is the palpable energy and tension allied with an effortless nature. The persistence, the reverberation in the mouth is quite magnificent, perhaps even longer on my second visit to the property compared to the first. It really is a brilliant Cos d'Estournel that oozes class and sophistication, moreover, a wine that is going to give serious amounts of drinking pleasure over a very long period of time. Boom—and Cos drops the mic. Tasted twice, almost three weeks apart, with consistent notes. 4/27/2017 The Wine Cellar Insider THE WINE CELLAR INSIDER (JEFF LEVE) : 96-98 / 100 Deep purple at the edges of its inky hue, this wine shows smoke, (Yes, a Deep Purple wine that shows Smoke on the Water) with licorice, Asian spice boysenberry and blackberries at the front of the perfume. The wine is full-bodied, concentrated and palate staining (so don’t spill it on the rug) but it also shows freshness, spice and lift. The fruits are sweet, ripe and ready to eat but that’s just the beginning, stand by for late breaking licorice, spice and silky tannins. There is energy and lift that grabs a seat at the table this year. Produced from a blend of 76% Cabernet Sauvignon, 23% Merlot and 1% Cabernet Franc, this wine reached 13.7% alcohol with a pH of 3.66 and is now aging in 80% new, French oak barrels. The harvest took place from September 26 to October 15. 4/26/2017 Vinous VINOUS (ANTONIO GALLONI) : 92-95 / 100 The beautiful 2016 Cos d'Estournel is one of the most polished, gracious young Cos d'Estournels I can remember tasting. Aromatic freshness and lift, along with a distinctly red fruit profile, are among the signatures. It will be interesting to see if this style of Cos - one in which concentration and textural richness are backed off - is the result of the vintage or an evolution in winemaking philosophy, or perhaps, as is most likely, a little bit of both. 4/25/2017 Jukes MATTHEWJUKES.COM (MATTHEW JUKES) : 18,5 / 20 (76 Cabernet Sauvignon, 23 Merlot, 1 Cabernet Franc) | 60% new oak | 13.07% alc. | 45 hl/ha. | 45% of total production | 69 IPT The nose here is stunning with clear, bright, perfume and exceptional direction. The energy and impact of the fruit is very impressive and while it is closed and tart the length is amazing. There was some‘blockage’ in the summer and when the leaves shut down this had the effect of decreasing the overall power and alcohol of this wine. In addition, the cold, clay soils also helped to temper the dry conditions and the heat. The tannins are tasty, long and savoury and they lengthen the experience. There is a possibility that they will alter the length of time that this wine spends in oak, according to its flavour, but they are not sure yet. Either way, this is a slender, long and fascinating wine and I am happy to suggest that it will fatten up with time and possess the magical qualities of a very long-lived wine. 18.5+ 4/21/2017 Decanter.com DECANTER.COM (JANE ANSON) : 97 / 100 This is one of the best Cos d'Estournels that I can remember trying at this early stage, it really does have every hair standing up on end. Powerful and deep, with a clear intensity but such delicacy; this is fresh, beautiful and succulent. It moves effortlessly through the palate without ever letting you forget that it's there. Deep black cherries, touches of dark chocolate and graphite are driven forward by a pulse of energy. From a blend of 76% Cabernet Sauvignon, 23% Merlot and 1% Cabernet Franc aged in 60% new oak. Drinking Window 2027 - 2050 4/21/2017 Robinson JANCIS ROBINSON (JANCIS ROBINSON) : 18 / 20 76% Cabernet Sauvignon, 23% Merlot, 1% Cabernet Franc. 26 September to 15 October. IPT 69. pH 3.66. Very similar analysis to 2015. 45 hl/ha yield, which they feel is best for vine balance now. Energy and raciness on the nose. Gentle and lifted. And then lots of tannins underneath. Fresh almost sandy tannins. Good energy and tea-leaf sensation. Excellent freshness. Long. Restrained. Elegant. 4/20/2017 Le Figaro LE FIGARO (BERNARD BURTSCHY) : 19,5 / 20 Ce vin est une ode au cabernet sauvignon. 4/19/2017 Wine Enthusiast WINE ENTHUSIAST (ROGER VOSS) : 96-98 / 100 Barrel Sample. This perfumed wine is stylish and elegant. It is all about the magnificent and sophisticated fruit. At the same time, don't be fooled by the richness: the tannins are all there, a dense and concentrated core at the heart of this seriously ageworthy wine. It demands many years. 4/10/2017 Quarin JEAN-MARC QUARIN (JEAN-MARC QUARIN) : 19 / 20 Le meilleur jamais fait ! Couleur sombre, intense, pourpre et belle. Nez très intense, fin, au fruité pur, complexe. Nuances d'agrumes, de fruits mûrs et de fleurs. Incroyable entrée en bouche ample où le vin se développe très, très fruité, puis complexe au milieu de la bouche. Plein, riche, il évolue puissant, un brin tannique, mais riche et savoureux. Grande finale complexe et noble. Wahou ! 4/5/2017 Jamessuckling.com JAMESSUCKLING.COM (JAMES SUCKLING) : 97-98 / 100 The finish is something else here. This is a wine that's so powerful and tannic yet at the same time so polished and superb on the finish. Full-bodied, beautifully crafted and precise. This is a wine that really grabs your attention. The agility and power are more than impressive. Wow is the word.

Auszeichnungen

100
100
Robert Parker Wine Advocate

Eigenschaften

Weingut/Erzeuger:
Land:
Region:
Unterregion:
Jahrgang:
Farbe:
Rot
Rebsorte:
Cuvée
Klassifizierung:
Geschmack:
Dekantieren:
2-4 h
Trinkreif ab:
2024
Trinkreif bis:
2068
Alkoholgehalt:
13,5%
Inhalt:
0,75l
Cuvée:
Cabernet Sauvignon,Merlot, Cabernet Franc
Passt zu:
PGQ:
108
Sortiment:
Wein
Artikelnummer
20064-16
EAN/GTIN
3609050766934

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