The vineyard has been cultivated in Bouscaut, commune of Cadaujac, since the 17th century. And since 1979, the estate is in the hands of the Lurton family, an influential name in the world of wine - Yquem, Petit Cheval among others. Today, Sophie Lurton and her husband, Laurent Cogombles, are striving to extract the best of this original terroir. They have renovated everything or almost everything: vat room, cellar, vineyard planting, redemption of the property. next Lamothe-Bouscaut. In 2013, a genuity will even open to reinforce the welcome that has already allowed them to obtain a Best of Wine Tourism for its wine tourism services, including their themed visits on the vineyard as well as gastronomic agreements .The vines - 40 hectares for the reds, 7 for the white - are cultivated according to the principles of the fight reasoned, with 5 present grape varieties: merlot, cabernet sauvignon and malbec of a c? Octe, sauvignon and s? vinification is subdivided and involves stainless steel and wood for the reds, wood only for the whites, with for horizon wines of guard, rich and elegant.