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Domaine Bousquet

5 Wines from 7 Grape Varieties


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Domaine Bousquet Merlot Bottle Preview
Domaine BousquetMerlot

Domaine Bousquet’s premium varietal series comprises a blend of estate and purchased fruit from the Uco Valley. The grapes benefit from major diurnal temperature swings, achieving exuberant ripeness while retaining the juiciness that invites a second glass. The wines are vinified with a French sensibility. The wines are un-oaked – an on-trend sensibility of little or no oak to let the fruit shine through and make the wines extremely food-friendly.

Domaine Bousquet Cameleon Malbec Bottle Preview
Domaine BousquetCameleon Malbec

Like its namesake, Cameleon is the embodiment of fine adaptation to the environment. The label symbolizes the story of the Bousquet family, a fourth generation that left their native France after a long worldwide search for an idyllic wine growing region. Their search came to a natural conclusion in Tupungato where the family Bousquet tailored their extensive winemaking knowledge to the carefully chosen land.

Domaine Bousquet Premium Chardonnay Torrontés Bottle Preview
Domaine BousquetPremium Chardonnay Torrontés

Domaine Bousquet’s premium varietal series comprises a blend of estate and purchased fruit from the Uco Valley. The grapes benefit from major diurnal temperature swings, achieving exuberant ripeness while retaining the juiciness that invites a second glass. The wines are vinified with a French sensibility. The wines are un-oaked – an on-trend sensibility of little or no oak to let the fruit shine through and make the wines extremely food-friendly.

Domaine Bousquet Ameri Reb Blend Bottle Preview
Domaine BousquetAmeri Reb Blend

Named after Domaine Bousquet co-owner Labid al Ameri, Domaine Bousquet’s flagship wine is a Malbec-dominant blend. Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Merlot add the complex dimensions that elevate this wine from “expected” to “exciting.” The grapes – but only the best clusters — come from a single vineyard, located at 4,125 feet, the highest of the estate. These grapes are the last to be harvested.