Classified for its red wines and white wines, Château Bouscaut was bought in 1979 by Lucien Lurton, who already owns a dozen great wines, including Brane-Cantenac in Margaux and Climens in Barsac. Sophie Lurton, one of her daughters, took over in 1992, with her husband Laurent Cogombles, agronomist. They have invested a great deal in optimizing their winemaking tool and restructuring their 44-hectare vineyard today (including 34 in red), planted on clay-limestone and gravelly soils.
The red wines of Bouscaut assemble Cabernet Sauvignon (55%), Merlot (35%) and Malbec in significant proportion. Raised in oak barrels of which 40% new, they offer a generous and concentrated matter, woven of solid but fine tannins, with a sweet expression on red fruits, black fruits and fine spices.