Goulée 2009 Barrel sample Red (Médoc)
90-92 Barrel sample. Soft, fleshy and fruity, with tannins that are very ripe. The fruit has blackberry juice, sweet with an edge of licorice.
Goulée 2008 Barrel sample Red (Médoc)
89-91 Barrel sample. Owned by Cos d'Estournel, this is made in a sumptuous style for a Médoc wine. It is plump, ripe, the fruit the sole event here. It is sweet black and rich. For early drinking.
Goulée 2012 Barrel sample Red (Médoc)
89–91. Barrel sample. In its ninth harvest as the Médoc bottling from Château Cos d'Estournel, Goulée is coming into its own as the vineyard matures. The palate is nicely concentrated with chocolate and black-currant fruits, followed by an herbal hint on the finish.
Goulée 2008 Red (Médoc)
Intense fruit is enlivened by acidity that rides high over the tannins, giving the wine great freshness. There is an aromatic, sweet juicy character that comes through the acidity. A delicious wine.
Goulée 2005 Red (Médoc)
This estate belongs to Cos d’Estournel, and the style and vinification recall the richness of that wine. Along with that richness are firm tannins, allied to some astringency. But the intense blackberry and black fig flavors give it a polished feel and a New World-style, fairly heavy finish.
Goulée 2006 Red (Médoc)
Made by the winemaking team at Cos d’Estournel, this is a very soft, generous wine that burst with fruit in the mouth. The structure is easy, gently tannic but not more. The pleasure is from the sweet fruit.
Goulée 2010 Red (Médoc)
Earthy in character, this is powerful and rich, yet somewhat rustic. It has concentrated ripe fruit, dark and dense, best at the end with its juiciness.