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http://www.cosvittoria.it COS, Yesterday, today. They began to produce for pleasure, ended to create a company: one of the most characterized of the Sicily. They were schoolfriends, Giambattista Cilia called Titta, Giusto Occhipinti and Pinuccia Strano, three guys of Vittoria (RG). Afterwards Titta and Giusto became architects, while Giuseppina Strano chose to be a social worker. In 1980, the passion for the vineyards, carried them to found a farm called COS (the initials of their surnames). They rented the parents's lands and began to play. Harvesting, pressing grapes (by foot), making wine, they produced 20 hectoliters of wine, which although was an amateur product, it was of great quality. Charmed for the enterprise, they have invested a lot in the wine cellar, equipping it of modern technologies: today their wines ferment with controlled temperature and age in barrique. Among the three protagonists who gave life to the adventure, today, two architects, Giusto and Giambattista, carry the plan ahead and after 23 years they have placed an other important dowel: the resctructure of a majestic residence, become the country house center of COS.

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  • Chateau Cos d'Estournel St Estephe 2004

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    Still a bit tight and reserved, so needs more time. It has nice fruit and licorice tones. - WS Grand Tour 2011 Read More

    Wine review by VegasOenophile


  • If I were anywhere near New York on the 29th I'd be going to this event. Great wine, interesting winemakers, and lots of old posters, art nouveau or otherwise. Why is it I'd rather have one of them on my wall then a Flash banner ad from the Web?Price seems like more than a bargain, and the money goes to charity, too....   ... Here's your chance ... Read More

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  • Anyone going this year?If you were ever going to go, this should be the year since the famed 2009 vintage will be poured.For the LA event on January 20th, Wally's is offering a pre-event tasting an hour before featuring back vintages of Chateau Giscours, Vieux Chateau Certan, Troplong Mondot, Haut Bailly, Pape Clement, Smith Haut Lafite, and a c... Read More

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  • What are people planning to open for New Year's celebrations? Anything special in your cellar that you are planning to open and share with friends?  Or, keep all for yourself?!  Read More

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  • In my mailbox, and thought I'd share. Link is here.  Comparative ... Haut-Brion, Lynch-Bages, and Cos d’Estournel. We will be presenting several wines that have earned perfect scores of 100, most notably the 1989 Haut-Brion, 1990 Margaux and 1990 Montrose.Our venue for the evening will be David Bouley’s Test Kitchen in Tribeca. Chef Bouley’s t... Read More

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  • I recently tasted some older Bordeaux with a few writers and Snoothers here in ... ... wines of character may cost $20-30, great but expensive wines are $100-150, and those $50 wines often sell for hundreds and even thousands of dollars. We can’t expect the next generation of wine drinkers to have experiences that build the level of passio... Read More

    From the article How to Start a Wine Collection


  • I’m often asked, “Why should I cellar wine?” Now, we’re ... and if you could it would cost a pretty penny. Then you think about how you only paid $20 for this piece of mature vinous perfection. Oh yeah, that’s the other reason why you should cellar wine; value.The fact is that wine is a great investment, both for monetary value and consumption.... Read More

    From the article Older Vintage Wine and Cellaring


  • Starting a new thread to help keep track of all this.So we're going to drink some wine, in NYC.I spent Saturday inventorying part of the cellar and picked up some nice bottles for sharing. I'm looking forward to diving into a nice chunck of wines so the more the merries here, to a point.So far it seems we haveMyselfGregTFoxallLet's so who else i... Read More

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  • Château Cos d'Estournel Red Bordeaux Blend St. Estèphe 1986

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    The nose showed blackberry jam, sweet spices, coffee notes and fresh turned earth. On the palate, I found aged red fruits and herbs, which faded into the long juicy finish. A very fine example of aged Bordeaux made in a classic style. Read More

    Wine review by Eric Guido


  • Cos Destournel Saint Estephe 1989

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    The nose was savory and meaty with dark red fruits, sweet cinnamon spice and hint of liquor. On the palate, it was big and rich with ripe, juicy fruit and herbal tea. The finish was mouth-coating but turned juicy with a slight medicinal note. This was a very sexy wine that was more fun to drink than to think about. Read More

    Wine review by Eric Guido


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