The owner of Château Cos-d'Estournel, one of the Bordeaux "super second" growths, is creating a new estate that breaks with tradition in the Médoc. The wine, called Goulée, is neither château-made nor a négociant brand and is positioned between the two categories in terms of price and quality.
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