Chateau du Bousquet
A stone-built residence dating back to the 17th century, acquired by the Castel family in 1960. The name comes from the word bousquet or bousque, derived from the term for forest or woodland. The Chateau's 17th century dovecote has become a symbol of the estate.
The 2014 vintage shows a ruby red color with glimmers of dark crimson
The nose is typical for wines from this estate, with powerful scents of black fruit and vanilla, and a warm hint of toast
Dense and full of character on the palate with perfect balance. Nicely crafted tannins lead to a good, persistent finish.
Appellation: Cotes de Bourg