Wine "BriO de Cantenac Brown", Margaux AOC, 2008
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Reviews of purchase "BriO de Cantenac Brown", Margaux AOC, 2008
Wine rich burgundy color.
The wine has an elegant, rich and fresh taste with great, firm tannins structure that goes well with delicate acidity and tones of ripe fruits and berries.
The aroma of wine - elegant, but deep, reveals hints of black berries, blackberries, sandalwood and nuances of toasted bread.
Wine encouraged to apply before, during and after the meal. As the creators say - this wine for pleasure. It is particularly well with meat sauce, red meat or poultry, stews and meats.
In the beginning of the XIX century, the famous animal artist and a great admirer of fine French wine John Lewis Brown, who had a Scottish descent, bought the estate in the Medoc vineyards. In memory of home, he built a house in the Tudor style, which stands out for its originality among other Chateau and is now surrounded by a wonderful English park. In 1843 the estate was sold to the banker Gromard. Under his wines Chateau Cantenac Brown was given the status of the third Grand Cru. 150 years later, agriculture was under the control of the family Simon Halabi, which, thanks to its ambitions and successful collaboration with Jose Sanfins, was able to give a new impetus to the development of wine-making and raise it to a higher level. At Chateau Kantenak Brown with great respect for the land, the vine and all the surrounding nature, so when you work in the vineyards on the farm trying to maximize the use of traditional methods of processing (cutting, removal of the kidneys, leaves and secondary shoots, thinning) and natural materials.
At the international wine market products Chateau Cantenac Brown is negotsiantskaya company Medocaine des Grands, which is 25 years old French wine exports to various countries of the world and is currently the distributor of more than 3 dozen Chateau. Since 2001 Medocaine joined the AXA Millesimes, whose leadership seeks to unite Bordeaux winemakers to expand the geography of exports and increase sales.