Domaine du Bouscat Bordeaux Superior

History

Domaine du Bouscat is located close to Fronsac, in St. Romain La Virvee, not far from the Dordogne river. Domaine du Bouscat has a long history in the region. The estate was created in 1870 by the Dubernard family.

 

Today, Domaine du Bouscat is run by fifth-generation owner, François Dubernard, who took over management of the property in 1998.

 

Bouscat Bordeaux Supérieur Caduce 2018

 

70% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Malbec, 5% Cabernet franc 

 

Tasting Notes

Fruity bouquet, cherries, wild raspberries, herbs, delicate toast. Good density, juicy, youthful tannins, good acidity, lots of fruit, raspberries, cherry finish, good length

 

93 points - James Suckling

Bouscat Bordeaux Supérieur La Gargone 2013

60% Merlot, 20% Malbec, 18% Cabernet Franc and 2% Cabernet Sauvignon.

 

Tasting Notes

"Ruby red with light purple reflections. Notes of liquorice and linden flowers. Aeration I find red berries. Juicy, refreshing appetizer. The tannic structure is revealed fairly quickly and presents a surprisingly fine grain. The tannins are silky and in synthesis with a slightly crunchy acidity. A wine which will certainly gain even more fruity intensity at the end of the palate but which is basically already accessible. A great success in an extremely difficult vintage. Respect." - Yves Beck

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