2003 Chateau Bouscaut Blanc David Honig November 12, 2013 Tasting Notes 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 A word from Planet Bordeaux, the sponsor of Palate Press Bordeaux Week: Bonjour! We invite you to take a journey through the beautiful vineyards of Bordeaux & Bordeaux Supérieur appellations – the heart and soul of Bordeaux. Planet Bordeaux winemakers offer fresh new ways to rediscover & enjoy high quality, terroir-driven, affordable wines from the world’s wine capital.