2003 Chateau Bouscaut Blanc

A young ten years old, this is just starting to show its age with a rich golden glow. The nose is wonderfully floral- the aroma of peach blossoms leaps from the uncorked bottle, followed by the light scent of ripe peaches. It has a velvelty mouth feel and flavors of pears, hazelnuts, and starfruit. It has a touch of vanilla and spice and a lingering finish. Drink with roast chicken. Highly Recommended. 93.

(Wined details below.)


Who: Chateau Bouscaut
What: White Bordeaux Blend (Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc)
Where: France, Bordeaux, Graves, Pessac-Léognan
When: 2003
How Much: $23



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