What do you do when you pass by a bottle of wine in a store that has a 94 point sticker from the Wine Enthusiast and is $20? You buy it and drink it of course! Chateau Bouscasse is from Madiran (France) and is mostly Tannat with some Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. This full-bodied wine was really pretty in the glass with its dark red ruby color. Medium intensity with notes of blackberry, oak, licorice and plum. A dry wine of course which was well balanced with the tannins and acidity. The finish was medium. When we first opened it up it was nice but not ready to drink, you must decant this wine for at least an hour. Once it opened up it proved to be a really nice wine that paired well with our steak, but even better with our cheese and grape desert plate. I believe this wine needs to age more to reach its 94 points. I give this wine a solid 3 glasses.