Wine Chateau Brane-Cantenac, "Baron de Brane", Margaux AOC, 2005
The color of wine - dark purple.
U Win flexible, fresh and full of flavor, drop generous range of shades of ripe fruit and red berries. The finish is long and balanced.
The wine has a strong flavor, demonstrating the tones of red fruits, floral tones, notes of licorice and menthol.
The wine is best served with game, red meat, grilled, and hard cheeses.
Château Brane-Kantenak originates in the XVIII century, originally it was called Chateau Gras, after its founder. Long before the 1855 classification of its excellent wines made famous Chateau in France, and far beyond its borders. It is not surprising that the famous winemaker Baron de Bran, called in their circles "Napoleon vine", in 1833 bought a magnificent estate and gave it its name - Chateau Brane-Kantenak. Thanks to the efforts of Baron wine Chateau came to an even higher level and before the First World War, they proudly called "the first of the second", and their price was equal to the Premier Grand Cru wines Classe.V 1992 Chateau was inherited by Henri Lurton, who, having education enologist, set a goal to not only keep the style of aromatic and at the same time complex, harmonious wines Bran-Kantenaka, but also by introducing new technologies to deliver wine Chateau on a par with the first Grand Cru Classe.