Nose open and expressive, oaky. Palate oaky, with moderate weight of ripe, leesy fruit. Lemon and honey flavours and herbal Sauvignon underneath. Interesting.
Their Story: Bouscaut's vineyard has existed since the 17th century on the commune of Cadaujac, Graves appellation at that time. Called Haut Truchon, it was renamed Château Bouscaut after name of the place in 1881. "This is deftly toasty, with macadamia nut and light brioche hints inlaid in the core of straw, yellow apple, gooseberry and white peach flavors. There's a lovely, gliding finish."