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Château Bouscaut

Château Bouscaut

Château Bouscaut

In the heart of the Pessac-Léognan appellation, Château Bouscaut displays its beauty and harmony with a three-century-old vineyard. It is a property that has belonged to the Lurton family since 1979, and is now managed by Sophie Lurton and her husband Laurent Cogombles. Everything is done to express the quintessence of this great Graves terroir, from the renovation of the cellars in 2010 to the meticulous and attentive management of the property's parcels.

The Château Bouscaut is classified as red and white in the Graves wine classification, and has a 50-hectare vineyard planted on gravel and clay-limestone soils.

- The red grape varieties are 50% Merlot, 45% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Malbec. The ageing of the great wine is 18 months in French oak barrels, 40% of which are new. Les Chênes de Bouscaut is the Second red wine.

- The white grape variety is 50% Semillon and 50% Sauvignon Blanc. The great white wine is aged for 12 months in French oak barrels, 40% of which are new. Les Chênes de Bouscaut is the Second white wine.

The wines of Château Bouscaut are characterized by their charm and greed. The white wine is powerful and mineral, the red wine has a nice balance of fruit, spice and roundness.

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