Chateau Bousquette Prestige -
a blend of 75% Syrah and 25% Grenache
From Languedoc in the South
of France, this award winning wine boasts a brilliant dark garnet
color, with elements of rose, cherry, and toasted wheat. Sinuously
strong. It is aged in oak for one year. This wine will complement
any elegant table whether serving roasted meats or hearty
The La Bousquette vineyards
have been free of pesticides, herbicides, and chemical fertilizers
since 1972, thereby allowing the fullest expression of our grapes
Pairing: In France this is
often paired with duck. It also makes a terrifc accompaniment to
this vegan Marinera Sauce (recipe courtesy of Dr.Weil)
The vineyards of Château
Bousquette, a 50 acre family estate, drape over the craggy
hillsides of a small town called Cessenon, only 30 miles inland
from the Mediterranean in the South of France. "Bousquette"
(pronounced boo-sket) in French means thicket or grove. The word
aptly describes the property: a simple family estate nestled in
pine trees, lavender and thyme, overlooking miles of vineyards
stretching all the way to the foot of the volcanic mountains, the
Cévennes.The vineyards are moderated by the cooling breezes from
the sea, giving the grapes a long, even growing
This delicious creation
merits a spotlight. It's a perfectly proportioned wine that takes
an appellation (St. Chinian) to its full potential. Oak aged 1
year. Brilliant garnet color, deep blackberry aroma. Loaded with
black cherry & cassis-like fruit. Round & harmonious, it is
utterly satisfying from start to finish. Drink now or age up to 10
AGING POTENTIAL : 6 to 10
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A terrific wine for a leisurely dinner
From Ken of San Francisco, California on .
There is something about this wine that just makes it the perfect complement to a nice lamb stew on a cold winter night. Rich and full bodied, the finish lingers on the tongue. A wonderful wine to share with friends.
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From Anonymous of Milford, Delaware on .
This is my all-time favorite wine! Wonderful flavors, but not too heavy. Some members of my family feel the same and ask for it when they come to visit.