Château de Saint-Cosme

Côtes du Rhône Syrah

8.81001 ratings
8.8103 pro ratings
Côtes du Rhône, Southern Rhône, Rhône, France
Syrah
Lamb
Top Notes For
MaJ CappS

A nose that is reminiscent of a sunrise at a farm. Wet hay drying.

Raspberry, persimmon, borscht, herbs that err to the side of citrus like, medium bodied and bright mouthful of a great vintage, and a well made wine. The oak well integrated, though could use another year or two. A toast to MLK today.

A nose that is reminiscent of a sunrise at a farm. Wet hay drying.

Raspberry, persimmon, borscht, herbs that err to the side of citrus like, medium bodied and bright mouthful of a great vintage, and a well made wine. The oak well integrated, though could use another year or two. A toast to MLK today.

Jan 21st, 2019
Ivonne Nill

Lovely CdR, 100% Syrah. Approachable yet still has lots of substance, depth, body and not insignificant tannins. Delicious! Fetmented 10 days in cement vats, maceration 20 days, 6 months ageing in cement vats.

Lovely CdR, 100% Syrah. Approachable yet still has lots of substance, depth, body and not insignificant tannins. Delicious! Fetmented 10 days in cement vats, maceration 20 days, 6 months ageing in cement vats.

Jan 18th, 2019
"Odedi"

Dark ruby in color with a purplish rim.

Fruity nose of blueberries, cherries, licorice, oak, earth, light vegetables, pencil lead, chocolates, light barnyard, smoke, spices, tobacco leaf and black pepper.

Medium plus in body with medium acidity and nice legs.

Dry on the palate with blueberries, cherries, black plums, wood, licorice, vegetables, spices, smoke, earth, bell pepper, black tea and peppercorn.

Medium on the finish with fine-grained tannins and tangy cherries.

This Côtes du Rhône is always enjoyable. Good by itself or with food. Well balanced and fruity with nice complexity and mouthfeel.

Good right out of the bottle and better as it opens up and shows some tannins.

Robert Parker 89 points.

I've had this wine before, on a few different vintages and occasions, and it is very consistent.

I paired it with a charcuterie board of meats and cheeses.

14.5% alcohol by volume.

87 Points.

$15.

Dark ruby in color with a purplish rim.

Fruity nose of blueberries, cherries, licorice, oak, earth, light vegetables, pencil lead, chocolates, light barnyard, smoke, spices, tobacco leaf and black pepper.

Medium plus in body with medium acidity and nice legs.

Dry on the palate with blueberries, cherries, black plums, wood, licorice, vegetables, spices, smoke, earth, bell pepper, black tea and peppercorn.

Medium on the finish with fine-grained tannins and tangy cherries.

This Côtes du Rhône is always enjoyable. Good by itself or with food. Well balanced and fruity with nice complexity and mouthfeel.

Good right out of the bottle and better as it opens up and shows some tannins.

Robert Parker 89 points.

I've had this wine before, on a few different vintages and occasions, and it is very consistent.

I paired it with a charcuterie board of meats and cheeses.

14.5% alcohol by volume.

87 Points.

$15.

Oct 31st, 2018
Sipping Fine Wine

Dark red color with aromas of dark red fruits and spice. The palate is rich with flavor of berries, pepper spice, oak and earthy notes. The medium finish had ripe smooth tannins ending with dark berry fruit. Nice value. Tasting Sample.

Dark red color with aromas of dark red fruits and spice. The palate is rich with flavor of berries, pepper spice, oak and earthy notes. The medium finish had ripe smooth tannins ending with dark berry fruit. Nice value. Tasting Sample.

Sep 11th, 2018
Shay A
8.9

After having this producer’s Gigondas bottle a few months back (and loving it), I kept meaning to check in on this.

This bottle is tired. Some nice flavors are hanging around, but it’s probably 3-4yrs past its best drinking window. Still has a really nice deep ruby red color in the glass and the aromas on the nose are solid. A lot of muddled raspberries topped with peppercorn and spicy jerky. Palate is quite thin...reveals more notes like an herbal/black tea finish, sour red fruit and black pepper shavings. Drink up.

After having this producer’s Gigondas bottle a few months back (and loving it), I kept meaning to check in on this.

This bottle is tired. Some nice flavors are hanging around, but it’s probably 3-4yrs past its best drinking window. Still has a really nice deep ruby red color in the glass and the aromas on the nose are solid. A lot of muddled raspberries topped with peppercorn and spicy jerky. Palate is quite thin...reveals more notes like an herbal/black tea finish, sour red fruit and black pepper shavings. Drink up.

Aug 7th, 2018
Adam Kincaid

Old leather and earth. Dried figs and plum. Baking spices. Clings to the palate well.

Old leather and earth. Dried figs and plum. Baking spices. Clings to the palate well.

Jun 21st, 2018
Jordan Wardlaw

100% Syrah partially destemmed. Loaded with juicy blackberries and smoked meat character, showing a bit chunky and extracted right now. This line of Saint Cosme cuvees see some very extended macerations and I believe need some time to shed the girth and display real complexity. That said, this is an exceptional value from a vintage to watch.

100% Syrah partially destemmed. Loaded with juicy blackberries and smoked meat character, showing a bit chunky and extracted right now. This line of Saint Cosme cuvees see some very extended macerations and I believe need some time to shed the girth and display real complexity. That said, this is an exceptional value from a vintage to watch.

May 6th, 2018
Robert Cunningham

Wine Educator DeVinimus, Wine Workshop

9.1

Drinking well

Drinking well

Apr 23rd, 2018
Bryce Wiatrak

Kalamata, leather, game, and ink - a CdR made entirely of Syrah, and it shows. Structured, with lovely blue overtones

Kalamata, leather, game, and ink - a CdR made entirely of Syrah, and it shows. Structured, with lovely blue overtones

Dec 30th, 2017
Boris Mathiszik

Good CDR for dinner.

Good CDR for dinner.

Dec 8th, 2017