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Chateau Cos Labory 2016

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    Chateau Cos Labory 2016: a Saint-Estephe with a harmonious and extremely complex finish

    Chateau Cos Labory is a Fifth Classified Growth of 1855 from an 18-hectare vineyard located in the Saint-Estephe appellation. The vines have an average age of 35 years and are planted in Gunzian gravel on top of a marl-limestone base. The aging is done in oak barrels with a 50% proportion in new oak. The Chateau Cos Labory 2016 is a blend of 53% Cabernet Sauvignon, 44% Merlot and 3% Petit Verdot.

    At tasting, the Chateau Cos Labory 2016 develops a splendid bouquet on the nose with black fruit (blackberries) and floral aromas. The wine has a balanced mouthfeel and offers a lovely acidity with tannins of great finesse. On the finish, the Chateau Cos Labory 2016 is harmonious and extremely complex.

    Parker : 92 / 100
    J. Suckling : 90 / 100
    Wine Advocate-Parker :
    Deep garnet-purple colored, the 2016 Cos Labory opens with cassis, plums and herbs with notions of black soil and pencil lead. The medium-bodied palate is elegant and fresh with fine-grained tannins and nice purity, finishing long.
    BordeauxSaint-Estephe
    Alcohol
    13.5

    Grape varieties
    Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot/Cabernet Franc

    Dessert wine
    No

    Environment
    Sustainable

    J. Robinson
    17

    J. Suckling
    90

    Vinous - A. Galloni
    92

    Country
    France

    Wine certification
    AOC

    Vineyard
    Medoc

    Region
    Bordeaux

    Appellation
    Saint-Estephe

    Color
    Red

    Producer
    Chateau Cos Labory

    Classification
    Fifth Growth

    Parker
    92

    Allergens
    Contains sulfites

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