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 wine Premier Grand Cru Classe.
Beautiful finesse on the nose. Scents of cassis, with pepper, confit blackberries, cocoa beans. Everything underlining menthol and graphite hints. The attack is full and round with a very dense mid palate and a long and powerful finish. The tannins are bold and have remarkable precision. Great balance for this rich and full bodied wine.