Château Bouscaut
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Château Bouscaut

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Château Bouscaut

Bordeaux Winery Cadaujac
MASTERING THE ART OF FINE WINES

Stepping into the Château Bouscaut, is stepping into the history of wine. The owner Sophie Lurton-Cogombles is a member of the Lurton family who have cultivated the vines in the region around Bordeaux for four generations.

“My father wanted to pass on, not just the estate, but also his knowledge of the production of the very finest vintages. That’s something we can, in turn, pass on to our visitors,” says Lurton-Cogombles, who now runs the Château Bouscaut estate with her agronomist husband Laurent.

The château has an environmental classification (HVE) and produces white and red wines, among them Grands Crus Classés de Graves. Their vast cellar was renovated in 2010 and a new barrel cellar built, which is open to the public, with tours in English as well as French.

There are several wine workshops on offer, including food pairing. But you can go even deeper at Château Bouscaut, with an opportunity to learn from a wine specialist how to identify the notes and flavours in the glass. Or be guided in the art that every winemaker must master - blending.

The estate, just a 20-minute drive from Bordeaux, is a labour of love for Laurent and Sophie Cogombles, who travel extensively to meet buyers and promote their wine.

Château Bouscaut also runs a gîte that sleeps 10 - Château Valoux - overlooking the vineyards. Given the glorious surroundings, it’s not difficult to imagine that many visitors would find a wine-tasting workshop just isn’t enough and book themselves in for a week.
Our wine
Grape varieties used Cabernet Sauvignon Sauvignon Blanc Sémillon Malbec Merlot
Wines prices €8.00 - €81.00 per bottle
Labels & awards
Haute Valeur Environnementale
Haute Valeur Environnementale
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1477 Avenue de Toulouse, Cadaujac, France France

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  • Château Bouscaut
  • Discover the vineyard and cellars
  • Food and wine pairing
  • Wine & Cheese pairing
  • Grands Crus Wine and Chocolate
  • Our single-varietal wines - Expression 2015
Guest reviews
4.7
(4 reviews)
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Paul L. Flag fr 8 days ago
(As a couple)

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Vicente waldey D. Flag us 5 months ago
(As a couple)

U must go!


Flag fr 8 months ago
(With friends)

Friendly atmosphere, very good trainer diversity of dishes.


Héloise P. Flag fr a year ago
(With family)

very good.

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Visit Château Bouscaut

Located in Cadaujac, in the heart of Bordeaux , Château Bouscaut is an old vineyard dating back to the 18th century where white and red wines classified from Graves in Pessac-Léognan are produced. The Cfasteau Bouscaut will have no more secrets for you after this visit to its vineyard and its recently renovated cellars. The visit ends with a commented tasting of two cuvées, Château Bouscaut red and Château Bouscaut white. You can then spend the night on the Château domain, at the Château Valoux gite.

Château Bouscaut wines

The red wines are predominantly Merlot, which gives Bouscaut wines suppleness combined with the power given by the terroir. The Cabernet comes to give its structure and the Malbec its touch of exoticism with peppery notes. The vineyard extends over 10 communes (among which Camarsac, Loupes, Saint Aubin de Branne, Cabara, Sainte-Terre, etc.) and represents a veritable mosaic of terroirs. To best reflect the richness of the terroirs combined with that of the grape varieties, the Château de Camarsac produces 4 red wines, a claret and a rosé.

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