Bourassa is noted mostly for their red wines, and the first of these was their Bourassa 2010 Napa Valley Rhapsody Syrah ($45) which has a small percentage of Zinfandel in it. I got a rather light nose but good spice, blackberry like fruit and pleasant tannins on the palate with a very nice finish. This was followed by their flagship wine, the Bourassa 2009 Napa Valley Harmony ($59), a Bordeaux blend. It had a nice nose with a hint of cinnamon, followed by a full but well-balanced palate of mostly cherry. Although quite drinkable by itself, it should age well and pair well with steak. Our final tasting was the Bourassa 2007 Symphony 3 from Napa Valley, a 100% Cabernet Sauvignon at $69. This is from grapes in Coombsville, Oak Knoll and Yountville. After a nice cherry nose, it had good acid, tannin and balance and was very drinkable, being full bodied but smooth. We liked all three of the reds equally.
We recommend a visit to Bourassa Vineyard which is a small friendly winery that has plenty of parking and is off the usual tourist path.