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Cru Classé de Graves
Sophie Lurton-Cogombles and Laurent Cogombles
Vines were first planted at Bouscaut, in the commune of Cadaujac, in the 17th century.

The beautiful manor house, adorned with roses, dates from the 18th century and is located 20 minutes from the city of Bordeaux. The Château is surrounded by century-old trees and faces the vineyard.

In 1979, Lucien Lurton, a famous Bordeaux winegrower, added Bouscaut to the list of great growth estates he acquired during that decade. Sophie Lurton, his daughter, has managed the estate for the past twenty years with her husband, Laurent Cogombles. Thanks to their unceasing efforts to improve the vineyard in keeping with environmental concerns, their renovation of the vat rooms, and the construction of a new 300 m2 barrel cellar in 2010, Laurent and Sophie Cogombles have given Bouscaut the means to produce great white and red wines. Decorated with barrel staves, the outer walls of the new cellar reflect the philosophy of the owners: integration into the environment and respect for tradition. Château Bouscaut offers numerous workshops to discover the world of Bouscaut and also offers guest accommodation at nearby Château Valoux.

Château Bouscaut
( Pessac-Léognan )
Château Bouscaut
( Pessac-Léognan )
Château Bouscaut
1477, avenue de Toulouse
+33 (0)5 57 83 12 20
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The Château in figures
Area under wine

42 hectares


Red wine: 100,000 bottles

White wine: 20,000 bottles


Gravel and clay on a limestone platform

Grape varieties

Red wine:

46% Merlot

48% Cabernet Sauvignon

6% Malbec


White wine:

50% Sémillon

50% Sauvignon Blanc

Barrel ageing

Red wine: 18 months

White wine: 12 months 

New barrels: 40%

Second wine

Les Chênes de Bouscaut