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Chateau Cos d'Estournel St Estephe 2010 75cl
|Chateau Cos d'Estournel St Estephe 2010 - 75cl||Chateau Cos d'Estournel St Estephe 2010 - 75cl||£189.95
Vineyards: St-Estèphe, on the border with Pauillac
Grape Varieties: 78% Cabernet Sauvignon, 19% Merlot, 3% Cabernet Franc
Drink: Now to 2035
Cellar Master: Dominique Arangoits
Winery Location: St-Estèphe | Bordeaux
Annual Production (bottles): 380,000
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The name ‘Cos’ (with the ‘S’ pronounced) refers to a "hill of pebbles" in Gascon dialect and the name Cos d'Estournel was given in 1810 by Louis-Gaspard d'Estournel. The estate has changed hands several times during its history, starting in 1852 when it was purchased by the English banker Charles Cecil Martyns. In 1869, it was sold to the Spanish Errazu family only to be sold again 20 years later in 1889 to the Bordeaux-based Hostein family. Through his marriage to Marie-Thérèse Hostein, Louis-Victor Charmolue, who also owned Château Montrose, gained control of Cos d'Estournel in 1894. Finally, in 1917, it was sold to Fernand Ginestet.
The château has remained in the Ginestet family since then, becoming in 1970 part of Domaines Prats, the combined holdings of the Ginestet and Prats families, and controlled by Bruno Prats. From a 100-hectare estate, the vineyard area extends 70-hectares and is divided into 30 parcels, primarily composed of 60% Cabernet Sauvignon and 40% Merlot, with minor cultivation of Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot that appears to participate little in the modern production. Annual production is typically 32,000 cases.