The Château Boyd Cantenac is a french estate located in Cantenac. The Château produces a grand cru in Margaux appellation and 3 second wines : Jacques Boyd, Joséphine de Boyd and La Croix de Boyd-Cantenac.
The wines of Boyd Cantenac: (for recent vintages) are dark, dense, complex nose with fruit aromas vies tertiary livestock and Aging under glass. On the palate, the attack is smooth and gradual, followed by a feeling of volume that fills and lines the mouth. In the final, the tannins present are the guarantors of excellent aging potential. . The whole show is always a beautiful harmony, more elegant and powerful aroma that is characteristic of Margaux wines.
(02-1993) The 1989 Boyd-Cantenac is a thick, unctuous, heavyweight wine, low in acidity, but enormously rich, fruity, and full. It has high alcohol and plenty of tannin, so it should age well, yet be drinkable early.