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The link above prounounces Cos d'Estournel with a silent s in Cos and pronounces the s in Estournel. I believe that Cos is pronounced like the lettuce (Romaine in England). I've heard "experts" pronounce the Estournel both with the s and with a silent s.

I've always wondered which is correct, but I have my doubts about that website's pronunciation. Confused

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